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Landstylist : One – Stop Shop For Outdoor Design

http:/www.landstylist.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Julie Farris”, Founder + Editor  of the  Brooklyn – United States  based startup  Landstylist”

Below is the interview we conducted with her:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

Landstylist is an online, highly curated one-stop shop for outdoor design. I am a landscape designer in Brooklyn, NY, and have noticed that there is no great, easy to follow resource for people to be able to pull their gardens/landscape design together on their own. People either need to go to Lowe’s and Home Depot, or hire an expert like me, which is expensive. This is for everyone in between who is interested in good, easy, and sustainable modern outdoor design.

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Xerendi Initiative : Educational Learning For Kids

http://www.xerendi.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Uchenna Ibekwe”, Principa and Founder  of the  Virginia – United States  based startup  Xerendi_Initiative”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

The initiative to facilitates coding and educational learning for kids.This has the prospect of improving the intellectual property posture in developing countries which has been deeply eroded by poverty and lack of basic infrastructure. Our theme is “LEARN AND CODE FROM ANYWHERE, ANYTIME FOR EVERYONE” Leveraging partnerships with Outernet, Raspberry Pi, iBoss, SifaCore  Technology and Kano.

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HireOwl : Connects Startups to Talented University Students for Internships

https://www.hireowl.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “John Lidington”, Founder  of the  NY – United States  based startup  “HireOwl”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

HireOwl connects startups to talented university students for internships and project-based/freelance work.

As veteran entrepreneurs ourselves, HireOwl understands the need to find high quality talent at affordable prices in order to increase productivity and drive growth. Startups also need this process to be as fast and easy as possible.

HireOwl provides an on demand connection to quality, affordable talent, plus manages timesheets and processes payments all in one place.

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XLR8 : Social Matching and Communication Platform for Entrepreneurs

http://www.XLR8.org/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Rick Duree”, Chief Firestarter  of the  Missouri- United States  based startup  “XLR8″

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

XLR8 is the social matching and communication platform for entrepreneurs. We connect people based on what they are doing and what they need using our proprietary matching engine. Our platform connects entrepreneurs with collaborators, funders, mentors and resources in their community and beyond, allowing entrepreneurs to spend less time searching for the what and who they need and more time building their dream into reality.

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Vertical Method : Posture Strength For Techies and The Desk-Bound Workforce

http://www.vertical-method.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Jennifer Davis”, Founder and CEO of the  San Francisco- United States  based startup  “Vertical Method”

Below is the interview we conducted with her:

 

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

We provide posture strength for techies and the desk-bound workforce. Our patent-pending apparatus, exercise method and “medium is the message” studio environment is the first of its kind. We provide self-collected data through tactical feedback. The fitness industry is behind in addressing the demands technology places on young human architecture. We’ve created a product and method
for gyms and workspaces.

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CATA : CATA Consumers Against Toxic Apparel

http://www.cataorganic.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Patricia Davis”, Creator/Owner  of the  Jacksonville – United States  based startup  “CATA”

Below is the interview we conducted with her:

 

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

CATA is an online organic clothing resource designed to help consumers easily find, shop and save on organic fashion. We create awareness/educate consumers about the dangers of toxic/hazardous chemicals being manufactured in clothing. We explain the illnesses /disease linked to chemicals in clothes, expose the social justice aspect of fast fashion and navigate through the sustainability of production.

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RigER : Service and Rental Operations Management Software

http://www.riger.ca/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Michael Maltsev”, CEO  at the Calgary – Canada based startup  “RigER”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

RigER is an Oilfield Service and Rental Operations Management Software designed for small and medium size energy servicing and rental companies to manage full cycle of field operations from client’s service request to final rental and service invoice.

RigER is a powerful tool to boost oilfield rentals: schedule quickly, dispatch sooner, collect accurate information immediately in the field and invoice faster.

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Tipsy : Alcohol Delivery App

http://www.drinktipsy.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Andrew Reid”, CEO  at the Los Angeles – USA based startup  “Tipsy”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

Tipsy is an on demand alcohol delivery app. You can browse through our extensive menu of spirits, beer, and wine and have your order delivered to you in 20-40 minutes.

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My Driving Pal : Security and Safety

http://www.mydrivingpal.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Shahram Rezaei”, Founder  Of the California – USA based startup  “MyDrivingPal”

Below is the interview we conducted with her:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

We develop advanced IoT (Internet of Things) products that are Hardware-App based and deliver location based services with the focus on security and safety. Our first product is a versatile smart asset monitoring and tracking solution for car, child, bike, drone, and in general any valuable moving asset.

2. When has your startup been founded? And what stage is your startup currently at?

MDP was founded in 2014. We are in early stage, but have identified our markets. Our product is going to be ready by the end of year 2015. We have developed our prototypes.

3. What is your startup’s business model and how does it work?

We make Hardware-App based products and sell it directly to consumers (online and in retail stores) and businesses. Some of the businesses that we have in mind are bike shops, amusement parks, and car dealerships.

4. How did your team meet? And who in your team does what?

Core team of MDP consists of three people. We are long time friends. Our backgrounds complement each other and well suites our company. One team member is hardware engineer, another firmware engineer, and the last one is Application and software
engineer.

5. What, exactly, makes you different from existing options, what will make your product and/or service stand out in the marketplace? In other words what’s unique about you and what’s new about what you make?

Our solution comprises both Hardware and App. Very few products are like this. Our hardware is battery-powered, thus non-intrusive and portable. Battery (rechargeable) of our hardware lasts several months, compared to just a few hours to several days in similar products. Our tracking product protects customer’s privacy, by tracking only when needed. This is unique.

6. What is your growth like? And what milestones has your startup achieved so far?

We have developed prototype of our hardware. Our Apps and backend server have been developed. We have a campaign on Kickstarter right now. Our company has raised seed funding.

7. Who are your competitors? And what is your start-up’s competitive advantage over them?

Here are a few competitors:
1) LoJack (www.lojack.com)
2) Komodotec (www.komodotec.com)
3) PocketFinder (www.pocketfinder.com)

Our advantages are:
1) Our product protects privacy.
2) Our hardware is self-powered.
3) Our solution detects out of range moving events and issues warning.
4) It’s very inexpensive (about $100), compared to LoJack that is a $1000 product.

8. What obstacles did you face and how did you overcome them?

Any Startup is full of obstacles and we are no exception and have already faced several technical and business obstacles. One technical example is extending battery life time of our hardware. We developed our proprietary power optimization algorithm in order to meet our goals. On the business side, we realized that making enclosures for our hardware using the conventional injection molding  is too expensive for us at this stage, so we switched to the new 3D printing technology.

9. What are the key things about your field that outsiders don’t understand?

Our product comprises both Hardware and App, meaning it’s a blend of hardware and software. There are many App developers and similarly many hardware companies, but quite few that do both. Our hardware is equipped with Cellular modem, GNSS receiver, Bluetooth Low Energy chip, and several MEMS sensors. It’s a very capable device that works seamlessly with our App, without being totally dependent on App.

10. Why are you going to succeed?

1) We are passionate about what we are doing.
2) We work very hard.
3) We know our field very well.
4) Have very good advisers and connections
5) Our backgrounds complement each other and well suites our company. One team
member is hardware engineer, another firmware engineer, and the last one is
Application and software engineer.

11. If your startup succeeds, what additional areas might you be able to expand into?

Our product can also enable Vehicle to Vehicle (V2V) and Vehicle to Infrastructure (V2I) communications. In 2017, some of the new cars (for example GM Cadillac) will have this technology. Our product enables existing cars to communicate with this newly coming cars. V2V and V2I can prevent road crashes by giving warning to drivers.

12. Why did you choose this idea and concept to build your start-up based on?

We think the IoT and Location Based Services (LBS) markets are very messy right now, somewhat similar to phone and music playing devices before iPhone came out. We want to make a similar breakthrough in the IoT and location based service fields.

13. What have you learned so far from launching your idea?

Most people love it. There has been tremendous support and positive feedback that we have received. The number one challenge with a consumer product is making aware of your product. Social media, press release, and news channels are great venues.

14. Six months from now, what’s going to be your biggest problem?

Fulfilling orders in time. We expect to receive thousands of order and need to deliver them in time. Since our product includes hardware, making it comes with material cost, so requires investment for making thousands of them.

15. What’s the benefit for the customer/user?

Our product delivers a suite of security and safety features, some listed below:

1) Protects customer’s privacy by only tracking when needed.
2) Locate the moving asset on map in real-time
3) Receive alert if car/bike/child/drone/etc moves out of range
4) Receive alert if car gets too hot with a pet or child left alone in it, hence
preventing vehicular heatstroke that causes 37 children death in US every year

16. How did customers / users find out about you?

We have a campaign on Kickstarter (http://kck.st/1e1LYJE) right now. We also have Facebook and Twitter pages. Our vendors have published press releases about us. We are also going to be covered by local TV channels this summer.

17. Who are your current customers / users? Who are your target customers / users?

We don’t have actual customers yet (some beta testers). Target customers are parents, vehicle owners, bike owners, drone lovers, and in general anybody that would like to monitor his/her valuable moving asset.

18. Where do new customers / users come from and what makes new customers/users try you?

They find us online. Our product has several key advantages over existing products in the market. For example, our tracking product protects user’s privacy. To the best of our knowledge, there is no tracking product in the market that does this, while being battery-powered (thus portable) and inexpensive.

19. What do your customers / users say about your product and/or service?

They like it a lot. Our product has several key advantages over existing products in the market. For example, our tracking product protects user’s privacy. To the best of our knowledge, there is no tracking product in the market that does this, while being battery-powered (thus portable) and inexpensive.

20. How are you going to scale?

We are raising fund and going to expand our team in the next 6-12 months. Our market is world-wide. We are going to open an office in India early next year, followed by an office in Europe and then in Latin America.

21. What’s the biggest missing feature? The one thing customers/users keep asking for?

None, we think we have it all covered. Some feedback suggest we make our hardware smaller, which we are working on it. Our product has several key advantages over existing products in the market. For example, our tracking product protects user’s privacy. To the best of our knowledge, there is no tracking product in the market that does this, while being battery-powered (thus portable) and inexpensive.

22. Are you going to internationalize? And if yes how are you planning to expand your start-up’s operations accordingly?

Yes, certainly. Our product currently works in +90 countries. As soon as we see some significant sales in any country, we will open a dedicates office there to handle customer service and business development.

23. How big do you think you can get? Why? And how you are planning to achieve your goals?

We will be a multiple billion dollar company in 3 years. We are planning to re-invest our profit into the company to expand and grow.
Our market is world-wide. We want to make our product a household item.

24. Are you looking to hire a new workforce? And if yes, what job vacancies do you currently offer and where can potential applicants contact you at?

Yes, we are going to hire a couple of software engineers in the next 6 months, also few marketing and business developers. We kindly ask the people that are interested in our work to send resume to: info@mydrivingpal.com

25. Are you looking for partnership opportunities or funding from Venture Capitals (VC) or other funding sources? Or your business is self-sustainable? And if the first option applies where can potential partners / investors contact you at?

Yes, we are looking for partnership, both for fund raising and licensing and/or re-selling our product. We kindly ask the investors and businesses that are interested in our company to contact us at: info@mydrivingpal.com

26. What advice do you have for fresh entrepreneurs?

If you believe in what you are doing, then do it, but be patient and tough. There will be obstacles and challenges. Be very selective in choosing your key partners, you will work with them for a long time.

27. Finally, do you have any other comments that you would like to add?

Thanks for giving us this opportunity.

Pampered Teacher : Sends Teachers a Subscription Box Filled with Hand-Selects 4-6 Teacher Gifts

http://www.startitafrica.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Ms. “Cristin Frank”, Owner  Of the NY – USA based startup  “Pampered Teacher”

Below is the interview we conducted with her:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

Pampered Teacher sends teachers a subscription box filled with hand-selects 4-6 teacher gifts. Our start-up was created as a way for teachers to treat themselves or family members and student’s parents to show appreciation for awesome teachers.

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StartitAFRICA : Fundraising Platform Working by The Principle of Crowdfunding

http://www.startitafrica.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Okoho Etim”, Co-Founder/CEO of the Lagos – Nigeria based startup  “StartitAFRICA”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

StartitAFRICA is basically a fundraising platform working by the principle of crowdfunding and strictly focused on funding raising for impact entrepreneurship as well as creative and innovative projects across all African countries.

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Pawn Essentials : Flea Market Meets Google Search

http://www.marylandpawnessentials.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Luke Makris”, CEO & Founder of the Annapolis – USA based startup  “PawnEssentials”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

Originally the concept was flea market meets google search. I have refocused and now buy, fix up, flip and sell bikes to members of the community in order to promote better health, sustainability and overall community improvement.

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PrayerSpark : The First And Only Site For Interfaith Spiritually

http://www.PrayerSpark.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Michael Feder”, Founder of the Las Vegas – USA based startup  “PrayerSpark”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

PrayerSpark is the first and only site for interfaith spirituality. We have blessings on demand from world class spiritual leaders. They are alerted to the prayer request, and personally say the prayers. We then have various ways to deliver the text of the prayer-  email, postcard, greeting card, flowers (coming), etc.

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Narwall : Personalized Designs for Toys, Apparel and Decor for Kids

http://www.narwall.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Andrew Fry”, Founder of the startup based in Campbell  – United States  “Narwall”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

Narwall specializes in personalized designs for toys, apparel, and decor for kids. Our platform also encourages kids and parents to share their ideas to make learning more fun and improve artistic creativity.

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SurfSection : Online Surf Shop at Best Deals Possible

http://www.SurfSection.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Dave Trail”, CEO/ President of the startup based in San Diego United States  “SurfSection.com”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

There are literally 29,300,000+ Online Surf Shop possibilities available to dig through on the web.  At SurfSection.com,we make it much easier for our customers to find what they are looking for at the best possible deal.

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RunLastMan : Sports Betting Platform

http://RunLastMan.com.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Graham Carrick”, CEO at the Dublin – Ireland  based start-up “RunLastMan”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

RunLastMan.com is a fully licensed sports betting platform empowering
people to raise funds for a club or charity through live sports prediction
competitions.  

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Digmaa : Overall Experience of The Building Process

http://MediaNest.com/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Austin MacNab”, Co-Founder at the Iowa- USA  based start-up “Digmaa”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

Digmaa enhances the overall experience of the building process for all involved. Builders will be able to maximize their exposure to the public while having simple tools to connect with their clients for scheduling, budgeting, and updating their clients via photos/videos throughout the building phases.

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Crowdid : E-Commerce Platform Selling Crowdfunded Products

http://www.crowdid.co/

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We had an interesting chat with Mr. “Ed Havens”, Founder (CMO) at the San Francisco – USA  based start-up “crowdid”

Below is the interview we conducted with him:

1. What is it exactly that you do and what your start-up is all about?

crowdid is the first branded e-commerce platform exclusively selling previously crowdfunded products.  

For consumers, crowdid is a destination to find and browse crowdfunded products exclusively  For product creators, crowdid is a sales channel that is protected from multi-national corporations for the same eyeballs and that highlights their unique entrepreneurial histories.

2. When has your startup been founded? And what stage is your startup currently at?

I began working on crowdid in mid-2014.  We launched the site in early 2015.  We’re building our product portfolio in anticipation of marketing efforts as well as fundraising efforts.

3. What is your startup’s business model and how does it work?

Our model is simple.  We’re an e-commerce platform.  Uniquely though, because we are only selling previously crowdfunded products, we are able to design
our platform in a way that highlights the attributes unique to crowdfunded products. Essentially, along with normal product specs, we highlight the entrepreneurial background through video, narrative and image content.  This differentiates crowdid from other e-retail platforms 

4. How did your team meet? And who in your team does what?

I can’t wait to have a longer answer for this question.  I am the sole founder and sole team member.  I did outsource the product build, but I do everything else from start-to-finish.  This can be tiring, but building a team is very consequential to your culture and viability, I’ve been cautious to jump into that quickly.

5. What, exactly, makes you different from existing options, what will make your product and/or service stand out in the marketplace? In other words what’s unique about you and what’s new about what you make?

Unlike any other platform, crowdid gives the non-early adopters a taste of crowdfunding by highlighting the unique entrepreneurial histories behind these innovative products. No other e-commerce platform is built around this class of products.

6. What is your growth like? And what milestones has your startup achieved so far?

Currently growth is being measured by our growing product portfolio.  Once we reach our next milestone, which should be within a month or so, we’ll begin to spend time and money of marketing and advertising.

7. Who are your competitors? And what is your start-up’s competitive advantage over them?

Amazon of course.  Competitive advantage:  They’re big, slow and established.  crowdid will never be as big as Amazon, but running around a giant isn’t that hard.  Many others, but I believe our brand concept is strong and people can relate to it.

8. What obstacles did you face and how did you overcome them?

Everyday is an obstacle, especially as a non-tech Founder of a tech start up. Getting over the obstacles is pretty simple, you just need to execute and act towards those goals, everyday, all day.  Be humble and ask for help whenever you need it.  Learn and teach yourself, but when you know you need help, make sure you ask for it and get yourself to the next time.

9. What are the key things about your field that outsiders don’t understand?

The fact that a successful crowdfunding campaign has no – or very little – connection to the chances of your future success in building a company based on the product you just sold to hit a speculative monetary goal.

10. Why are you going to succeed?

At this point in my life I don’t really believe in the labels of success and failure.  I’ll leave those labels to be applied by the naysayers and critics.  All that I’ve done that others have called “failures” or “successes” has led me to now… Which is just another day to try harder.

11. If your startup succeeds, what additional areas might you be able to expand into?

Art (film, music, books), Perishables (foods) and establishing a new crowdfunding campaign platform.  Basically, we would like to get to a point where, if something’s been crowdfunded and it can be sold, then we’ll sell it.

12. Why did you choose this idea and concept to build your start-up based on?

Like many curious people, I have ideas all day long.  Ideas are easy.  Good ideas are more rare.  Good ideas that also match the inventors skill set are rarer still.  And, finally, good ideas that the inventor has the capability upon which to execute and for which the market is ready to digest are the rarest of all. I believe crowdid is of this latter group.

13. What have you learned so far from launching your idea?

Working with product creators is very interesting.  Because many come from outside the consumer products industry their choices don’t always make direct logical connection to economics.  Another sales channel is a no brainer to Nike, but it isn’t so simple to a tiny company run by a creative. 

14. Six months from now, what’s going to be your biggest problem?

If all goes well, six months from now our biggest problem will be hiring the right team members – the team and culture will be everything.

Beyond that, I do plan on large changes to the platform to be more and more customized to the unique DNA inherent in this new class of products.

15. What’s the benefit for the customer/user?

The consumer gets increased transparency into the history of the product and the perspective of the product creator(s).

The product creator gets protected shelf space to avoid direct competition with the Mattels and Sonys of the world.

16. How did customers / users find out about you?

We are currently marketing by word-of-mouth and press from professionals such as yourselves.  Once we gather some steam or get VC funding our marketing efforts will increase.

17. Who are your current customers / users? Who are your target customers / users?

Our customers are usually a little younger, because you sort of need a little knowledge of crowdfunding to understand the brand concept and value of crowdid.  As of now, our average customer is male/female between 21-40 in age.

18. Where do new customers / users come from and what makes new customers/users try you?

Well, since we are still working on word-of-mouth the source of customers isn’t easy to trace.  Once on crowdid, our prices are the same as anywhere else, but we offer more content about each product.  We’re trying to create a more contextualized retail experience, even if it’s bound by the four corners of a screen.

19. What do your customers / users say about your product and/or service?

Everyone likes it.  People are used to e-commerce so our creativity is bound by certain necessary elements.  More importantly, people quickly understand the benefit of having a destination where they know that all their browsing will be of crowdfunded products.

20. How are you going to scale?

Scaling requires money.  It’s possible that we could get traction and self-fund, but that’s also the riskiest, rollin’ the dice kind of play. We plan on a typical fundraising path to help us grow. 

21. What’s the biggest missing feature? The one thing customers/users keep asking for?

Nothing has fleshed itself out too much in this area.  We know that reviews and ratings will be important and we need a lot more users to grow this arm of the content.  Although it’s only me speculating, I’d say ratings/reviews are currently a problem area.

22. Are you going to internationalize? And if yes how are you planning to expand your start-up’s operations accordingly?

We do plan to sell internationally.  Luckily, being based in San Francisco, the tech hub of Earth, we have access to world class talent from all over the world.  We expect to be able to recruit most of our talent from this amazing pool.

23. How big do you think you can get? Why? And how you are planning to achieve your goals?

The industry of crowdfunding is growing and will continue to grow.  E-commerce is a solid and revenue generating business model.  As a class, crowdfunded products will increase in number and people will continue to buy stuff for as long as their’s money to go round.  If Zappos.com can reach a $1B valuation based on sneakers then I think it’s completely possible that crowdid can reach $1B as well.

24. Are you looking to hire a new workforce? And if yes, what job vacancies do you currently offer and where can potential applicants contact you at?

We’ll definitely need to hire a team in the near future.  At the moment we’re thinking about filling roles within engineering and social media.  The exact title and required hours could be flexible right now, but these two areas need attention.  Please feel free to email any resumes to me at edwin@crowdid.co

25. Are you looking for partnership opportunities or funding from Venture Capitals (VC) or other funding sources? Or your business is self-sustainable? And if the first option applies where can potential partners / investors contact you at?

We are definitely open to partnership opportunities.  And yes, we’re beginning to look for funding as well.  Any interested investors and potential partners can reach me at edwin@crowdid.co.

26. What advice do you have for fresh entrepreneurs?

If you’re not following your passion then you’re living with an internal struggle. If you are following your passion than you’re living with an external struggle…Choose.

27. Finally, do you have any other comments that you would like to add?

Thank you for this opportunity, it’s been nice to reflect a bit.  I hope that the readers get something worthwhile from this interview and, please, if anyone want to reach out for any reason at all, please feel free to email me at edwin@crowdid.co