Startup Talk Episode 4: Drones & Dragons

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Startup Talk, 1 founder, 1 funder & a strategist

Startup Talk Episode 4: Drones & Dragons


On this Episode of Startup Talk I talk to Victor Chew about closing the deal by building relationships, turning massive data sets into 3d animations that are consumable, & how drones change the video business.
I also meet with the founders of Social lite Vodka about how to launch a beverage company, getting into the LCBO, being on Dragons den, having a Dragon as an investor, and they announce their latest flavor.

Penda Productions

I talk to Victor Chew about closing the deal by building relationships, turning massive data sets into 3d animations that are consumable, & how drones change the video business.

SoCIAL Lite Vodka

The founders of Social lite Vodka talk about how to launch a beverage company, getting into the LCBO, being on Dragons den, having a Dragon as an investor, and they announce their latest flavor.

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StartupTalk Ep 4: Drones & Dragons

One Comment on ““Startup Talk Episode 4: Drones & Dragons”

  1. Idas Levato

    Lessons from these two great companies in this podcast.
    -Solving a problem for yourself is the greatest idea to test. KEEP testing. = Validation
    -Persistence without being a bother. Find the balance. Create that relationship. Opportunity will come if it’s right for both of you and you are patient.
    -If your preferred market is way too difficult , FIND one that is similar but doable. START THERE.
    thanks!
    Idsa

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