In my podcast we talk a lot about going global. Moreover, that’s probably the dream of every tech startuper. And yet we have something different on the plate today! Scanye, a domestic tech startup that helps SME’s and accounting firms with their invoices, long story short. If you feel like you’ve seen it before check […]
Today we go through a lot of different startup stories… Sorry, but I just wasn’t able to pinpoint a specific one and call it the main theme of the interview. Why? Mainly because they’re all quite detailed, important from a startup perspective and based on real experiences! Enjoy!
Today we discuss innovation in the real estate market. SonarHome is a very interesting idea that came to Poland just recently and it’s a proper disruption if executed properly. Having said that, should we invest in something if people keep repeating “it’s a bubble”? This and more in todays episode of VPP, enjoy!
…the co-founder of Zrzutka.pl one of the most interesting online companies in Poland. Let us listen to a story not only about crowdfunding but more importantly about a man chasing his desires and destiny [with plenty of mistakes along the way ;-)]
It might be a bit more difficult today to become a digital nomad than it used to be just over year ago… But still we should follow up with examples of such an extraordinary life. Kamil Skalski will be our guide today. Welcome!
Today we discuss another example of a niche marketplace startup and the importance of focus on the needs of the customers. The times we live in force us to have a scalpel-like precision when it comes to business. Just like folks at Slowhop!
Today, together with Mateusz Szala we talk about a cutting edge football video analytics software for teams and coaches that’s being developed by a group of Polish fans!
How much do we need to start off? Is 1M PLN round, covering the seed stage of a startup enough in Poland? Let’s try to find out looking at a very specific example, thanks to my todays guest – Przemysław Siemaszko.
This time we tackle a topic that’s probably one of the biggest headaches for managers and companies in general. And that’s hiring of course! The real trouble is that these days it’s all to do with employer branding!
Ok, let’s deal with this one once and for all. I see a lot of questions, comments and discussions online about which is the best CRM for startups. Chatting with founders during coffee breaks at conferences goes on similar. Unfortunately close to none talk about what I’m going to touch on today. Why?