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Simplicity is much needed, Jordan Kretchmer told londonbusinessblog.com. Jordan is the co-founder and CEO of Rapid Robotics, a company that excels at selling its robotic solutions to non-technical customers and investors. His company launched a new service last month that highlights his approach. Called Smart Setup, this clever product gives customers a ridiculous amount of flexibility. Just roll a Rapid Robotics Operator to a new job, and the company says it can be trained to complete a new task in less than a minute. Easy.

Jordan Kretchmer, CEO of Rapid Robotics and Bee Partners, partner Kira Noodleman and most recently the guests at londonbusinessblog.com Live. The two are experts in selling tech services and walk through their processes at this londonbusinessblog.com Live event. As a partner at Bee Partners, Kira has been practicing this mantra for years. When Jordan was building Rapid Robotics’ early decks, he turned to Noodleman’s previous research to develop his straightforward approach.

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Episode 65: Matt Mullenweg, WordPress (automatic)

It’s rare that we speak to someone who has been with their company for 19 years, so this conversation with Matt Mullenweg of Automattic and WordPress feels a little special. His journey to become a founder was based on a love of blogging and working on open source projects. Now WordPress is pretty much ubiquitous in the digital publishing world. He talks to Darrell and Jordan about how much different fundraising has worked for him, how he’s remained such an in-touch leader, and of course his thoughts on web3.

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Episode 538: Cauldrons, Bolts and Sour Markets: Welcome to Halloween in July

Hello and welcome back to Equitya podcast about the business of startups, where we dig into the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.

It doesn’t feel like a short week, does it? AlexNatasha and Mary Ann stepped up to the mic to deliver an especially packed episode full of big news, fire transitions, and even a pun or three.

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Episode 537: Why Build a Tech Mafia When You Can Build Each Other?

Hello and welcome back to Equitya podcast about the business of startups, where we dig into the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.

This is our Wednesday show where we focus on a single topic, think about a question and unpack the rest. This week, Natasha and Alex asked: Why is technology full of copycats, and what’s the next full circle moment we can expect?

The question was inspired by Natasha’s recent Startups Weekly column: “YC is making a product hunt, product hunt makes an a16z, a16z makes a YC.” As you can tell from that headline and the title of this week’s episode, we’re talking about how tech is full of copycats and what that means for the innovation bar.

Expect to learn about the overlap in mission between three of the most well-known tech institutions, what Prologue means to Future (literally and figuratively) and how a rising tide can both confuse and complement the founder’s fundraising journey.

It was also a good excuse to run through some of the competitive dynamics we see at play in the startup landscape. We had a great time and hope you like the show. Friday we’ll be back with our regular news overview!

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Episode 536: Conflicting Bets in a Recession

Hello and welcome back to Equitya podcast about the business of startups, where we dig into the numbers and nuance behind the headlines.

Alex and Elegance are back to cover the biggest, boldest and worst technology news. We will be back on Tuesday, because yesterday the United States was free. So a day late, but hopefully not a dollar short, here’s what we started today:

  • Shares are mixed around the world and will fall in the open in the United States. At the same time, the crypto market has been somewhat relaxed in the past day.
  • Sequoia Capital China raises $9 billion, a huge amount of money at a time when we have venture capital activity in China has slowed
  • Speaking of slowing venture capital, Indian activity is declining† That delay comes when the the country’s crypto market is under pressure
  • At the same time, Twitter is pushing back against the Indian government bullying, which is a good thing. But perhaps less good for Elon Musk, who buys the social network and wants to sell imported cars in the country.
  • Finally we hit a possible database breach in Chinastruggles at Vauld, a new climate tech fund and news from the quantum front.

All that and we had a good time! We’ll be back tomorrow morning and Friday morning!

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