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VPP023 – Venture Building World with Tomasz Rudolf

In the startup world timing and time of execution are crucial. Corporations are slow from their nature. But what if I say that startups can also be sluggish due to many obvious reasons? What happens if we bring the two worlds together? Is there a way to speed up things without increasing the risks dramatically […]

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VPP021 – Discovering innovation with Tomasz Bąkowski

There are 7 billion people in the world and if innovation was easy we’d all be great at it. But what if we should consider a bit different view on it? What if we’re all wrong? Let’s discover innovation instead of daydreaming. Have a listen to a story about how some of the biggest players […]

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VPP011 – When technology and fun unite with Arek Śmigielski

When technology and fun unite… Who says technology is boring? Who says it’s only for the computer geeks and Elon lovers? Ok… we all know it’s actually the opposite. Engineering is a big playground for so many of us, engineers. The real fun begins when the big boys come to pay for your toys. Optinav […]

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VPP010 – How to sell without selling?

This time it’s just me. No guests! It’s episode number 10 so I thought that I should give you some heads up on how was it so far when it comes to recording my podcast. It’s been great but it definitely takes more time than I originally anticipated! Plus I have a story for you […]

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VPP009 – Disrupting MedTech with Kasia Pala

Everyone is disrupting in the 21st century. Disruption as a slogan started the day after we were all given the first iPhone. But the truth is that we gave extraordinary meaning to something which occurs naturally as a result of the process of failure and repetition. My questions now is, how can we assess whether […]

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VPP008 – How to tame diamonds with Robert Bogdanowicz

Diamonds are with us since the very beginning and they will outlast any form of life, that’s for sure. They’re beautiful, expensive and unbelievably practical in technology. How many different uses could you name for diamonds? Five, ten? Or maybe a hundred? Robert Bogdanowicz knows the answer?