For many startups, landing a spot on the shelf at Walmart is nothing short of a dream. Getting your product and brand in front of millions of customers is powerful and often times transformative. We spoke to Zach Sousa of Walmart at Hasbro, whose job it is to help showcase products to the world on Walmart’s shelves, to get some of his insights and advice.
Category Archives: Q&A
We recently sat down with Stephen Russell, the Corporate Communications Manager at Kaspersky Lab, to get his thoughts on the changing face of B2B PR, along with his tips for entrepreneurs and startup teams looking to get their B2B company’s message across with the media and potential customers.
Rand Fishkin, the founder of Moz, a SEO software provider for businesses of all sizes, recently sat down to answer questions on how he has led and scaled Moz, along with his tips on improviding SEO at small-to-midsize businesses.
Decide Co-founder Hsu Ken Ooi sat down to discuss his startup journey – from creating Decide.com in brother’s basement to selling it to eBay in September of last year. Q: Highest and…
Former Facebook General Counsel Rudy Gadre recently sat down for a Q&A to discuss what he’s learned about investing and building startups at the seed level.
We recently sat down with Brian Thopsey, the founder of FundWisdom, an equity crowdfunding information engine, to find out how the company is trying to bootstrap its brand with content marketing. The startup collects, analyzes and aggregates current and historical equity crowdfunding deals from top crowdfunding websites. – and is eyeing a large opportunity when Title III of the JOBS Act opens up startup investing to unacredited investors.
David Rose is the founder and CEO of Gust, the entrepreneurial finance industry’s infrastructure platform; author of the New York Times bestseller Angel Investing: The Gust Guide to Making Money & Having Fun Investing in Startups.
Mårten Mickos, the CEO of Eucalyptus (former MySQL CEO), is passionate about leadership (with Scandinavian influences), open source software, modern organizational models (distributed teams), modern business models (collaborative ones), business ecosystems, and infrastructure software (cloud, databases).
TK Kuegler, a venture capitalist from Wasabi Ventures, recently sat down for a Q&A to discuss his advice for startup companies looking to secure venture capitalist funding or perfect their elevator pitches. In short – he tells founders that if you can’t tell your full value story in two sentences than you probably have not nailed it yet. As far as a deck, 10 to 15 slides is the right length.