During this week’s roundtable, we had as our guest Julianne Zimmerman, Managing Director at Reinventure Capital, a firm focused on minority founders.
As for entrepreneur pitches, this week we had Albert Griesmayr from Vienna, Austria, pitch Scribando, a book marketing service.
You can listen to the recording of this roundtable here:
Greg Robertson: We began working with this company called J. Williams and the owner of the company is John Morris. He’s an eccentric character. He had this great CMA program, but it didn’t really have great MOS access capabilities.
One of my co-founders, Dan the programmer, had figured out how to not only bring data from the MOS system but also the photos. We had a marriage so to speak.>>>
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Today’s 496th FREE online 1Mby1M Roundtable For Entrepreneurs is starting in 30 minutes, on Thursday, July 30 at 8 a.m. PDT/11 a.m. EDT/5 p.m. CEST/8:30 p.m. India IST. Click here to join. PASSWORD: startup All are welcome!
According to a recent MarketsandMarkets report, the global Security and Vulnerability Management Market size is expected to grow 4.5% annually to $15.5 billion by 2025 from $12.5 billion in 2020. The growth in the market is attributed to the increasing number of cyber attacks, and the increasing cyber awareness across developing economies.>>>
Sramana Mitra: Where is the scalable capacity to train large numbers of retail workers to become healthcare workers? That speaks to the kind of things that you’re talking about. If there were such a transition path with proper credentialing, that would be extremely valuable under the current circumstances.
Matthew Glotzbach: Absolutely. We see that trend of what I might call reskilling or upskilling. We’re already seeing that trend on Quizlet. It’s something that will continue to accelerate.>>>
Sharing insights and answering questions from entrepreneurs on building successful startups. Some audience questions answered by Sramana:
– What are some new startup ideas?
– Looks like a lot of opportunities are in the field of Mobile Apps, online education, retail services. Does one need to be a developer to start up in the above areas? If a non-developer has a vision, how can he engage the right partner to develop a mobile/online ecosystem without losing the IP?
– What is the strategic way to hire after Covid 19?
– How do you recruit the right candidate for the CEO position?
– Your startup idea suggestions are excellent but they require cultural changes. They require changes in the thought process. Such changes unfortunately take enormously long time. How can one resolve this?
– How can I get feedback from you on my venture?
Greg Robertson: It was a giant hassle for realtors to learn two MOS systems and having to buy two separate pieces of software to access these systems. It was a big problem. That problem came down here in Orange County where half the county went to one system and the other half went to another.>>>