Good riddance 2017, right? Just over a month into 2018 and it’s hard to find a communications executive or brand marketer who’s reluctant to put the past twelve months behind…
On today’s show, we’re joined by Michael Karnjanaprakorn (@mikekarnj), who recently moved into the Executive Chairman role at Skillshare where he has served as CEO since founding the company in 2010. We caught up with Michael last month to hear how Skillshare has moved into the scaling phase over the last twelve months after raising a $12M Series B round in 2016.
Last month I was fortunate to catch a talk by Andy Raskin. His talk got me thinking about building better startup narratives. We all know the tech press forces narratives on startups based on their lifecycle, but is it possible to define your own startup narrative?
This past summer we got a chance to sit down and chat with Rachel Braunstein (@rkbraunstein), Marketing Manager for Microsoft’s Partner Network & the host of the Microsoft Partner Network podcast.
On the heels of Microsoft’s annual Ignite conference a few weeks back, we revisit that conversation in the latest episode of the SeedStories Podcast.
With Rachel wearing many hats with her role within the Microsoft Partner Network, we discuss what partner programs within the Redmond giant may be useful for startups, how she has fostered a passionate community of partners and her thoughts on where venture-backed startups should be spending on digital marketing as they start to scale.
In today’s 86,400-second news cycle presents an intensely competitive publishing environment. Every post competes with that underneath it for a click, read and like/share. Here’s how to create content that engages.
On the latest SeedStories Podcast we’re joined by Blaise Lucy (@BlaiseLucey00), Director of Product Marketing at Bitly.
Specifically, we dive into several tips and tactics for startups looking to launch their own content marketing programs from the ground-up.
On the latest SeedStories Podcast we caught up with Ian Naylor, the CEO and Founder of AppInstitute. Our conversation dives into what it has been like building the SquareSpace for small businesses apps over in the UK and how small business operators can leverage apps to drive conversions.
On the latest SeedStories Podcast we caught up with Jake Chapman, who manages Gelt Venture Capital, a seed stage investor. I caught up with him last week upon his return from…
On the latest SeedStories Podcast we caught up with Mark Wallace, co-founder & manager of Parlor Skis, the Boston-based custom ski builder. First launched in a Cambridge funeral parlor (hence the…
We’re joined by Scott Miller, the Co-founder and CEO of Dragon Innovation the end-to-end service and software provider to hardware startups and projects. Prior to founding Dragon Innovation, Scott worked on life size robotic dinosaurs for Disney and robotic baby dolls at Hasbro, and the Roomba at iRobot. Our discussion takes a look at renaissance for hardware startups and ‘maker’ companies in the U.S. and how easier prototyping, the growth of shared resources and 3D printing are driving that renaissance, and record investment.