November 17th, 2020 | Season 7 | 34 mins 46 secs
entrepreneurship, startup, techstars
Founder and CEO of Techstars, David Brown joins the podcast as he shares his ups and downs building startups and working with entrepreneurs.
David also talks about the founding story of Techstars, characteristics of successful founders and teams, and his take on "entrepreneurs are born."
This episode is timely for the Syncify team as we're one of the startups included in Techstars London 2020. David's perspective was really insightful and can be of help to other entrepreneurs about to partake on their startup adventure.
June 11th, 2020 | Season 6 | 30 mins 3 secs
business plan, entrepreneurship, startup tips, syncify
Sean Castrina, a serial entrepreneur, business coach, and author of multiple business books, joins the podcasts as we talk about his approach in building startups and his experiences with businesses.
His ability to identify certain key aspects of business and his straightforward approach towards it are just some examples of why he's such a great entrepreneur and business coach.
May 28th, 2020 | Season 6 | 40 mins 28 secs
adversity to advantage, entrepreneurship, frameworks, resiliency
Randy Ginsburg joins the podcast to talk about his journey as an entrepreneur and what inspired him to write his book - Adversity to Advantage: How to Overcome Bullying & Finding Entrepreneurial Success.
In his book, Randy strives to inspire people who were bullied with words of wisdom from a diverse group of highly successful entrepreneurs. Just like Randy, these individuals have overcome the "bullies" from their past and used their negative experiences as stepping stones for personal and entrepreneurial growth.
May 18th, 2020 | Season 6 | 39 mins 5 secs
entrepreneurship, remote work, tech industry, women at work
DAME STEPHANIE SHIRLEY CH is a workplace revolutionary and successful IT entrepreneur turned ardent philanthropist. In 1962, she founded an all-woman software company that pioneered remote working, upending the expectations of the time. It was ultimately valued at $3 billion and made 70 of her staff millionaires.
Since ‘retiring’, her focus has been on philanthropy, especially autism and IT.
Her TED Talk has had over 2 million views, and her memoir ‘Let It Go’ is being made into a film produced by BAFTA-winning Damian Jones.
August 21st, 2017 | Season 1 | 43 mins 5 secs
entrepreneurship, failure, food, hustle, life lessons, positivity, startup stories, technology
Tomiwa Adey is a young tech entrepreneur who has founded several start-ups, learning a lot from his successes and failures.
He offers a humorous insight into the trials and tribulations of being a tech entrepreneur and how to develop a positive mindset in the face of any situation.