Proust Goes Tech With Susan Hobbs, Partner At Crunchfund
Starting off as a schoolteacher, a lifelong dream fulfilled, Susan Hobbs has since immersed herself in the tech startup world through roles at Y Combinator and TechCrunch. Now, as a partner at CrunchFund, she invests in passionate entrepreneurs.
Proust Goes Tech With Aziz Gilani, A Partner At Mercury Fund
Aziz Gilani is a partner at Mercury Fund, an early-stage, Houston-based VC that invests in startups originating from the middle of America (Southwest, Midwest, and Rocky Mountains regions). Aziz focuses on emerging technologies in the enterprise software space. In fact, he has tried almost all sides of enterprise software except for sales.
Proust Goes Tech With Max Yoder, Founder and CEO of Lessonly
Max Yoder, founder and CEO of Lessonly, empowers sales and customer support teams to document best practices and react to changes in their industry.
Proust Goes Tech With Barrett Daniels, CEO And Managing Partner At Nextstep Advisory
Though Barrett is not a big fan of conference calls, he admitted that the Proust interview is an exception. Let’s see what he has to say to our questions.
Proust Goes Tech With Amy Widdowson Mains, Vice President of Vrge Strategies
Amy Widdowson Mains, Vice President of Vrge Strategies, helps tech companies navigate the political realm.
Proust Goes Tech With Tina Sharkey, Co-Founder and CEO of Brandless
“Who says better needs to cost more?” said Tina Sharkey, Co-Founder and CEO of Brandless, a company that wants to eliminate the inefficiency of the brand tax while changing the way people shop and live.
Proust Goes Tech With Mark Webster, CEO and Founder of Sayspring
Mark Webster, founder and CEO of Sayspring, helps designers create voice applications without code for Amazon Alexa, Google Home, and other voice interfaces. He has founded three startups to date, one of which got acquired by Groupon in 2013.