Around the world, new companies are born every day. Pain points spark ideas, ideas become new products and services – and if the approach and the market conditions are right – a successful company is born. We sat down with 7 startup founders who shared advice they wish they had received before starting out.
Portland-based Stackery is building the first production-grade serverless toolset, enabling developers to build and ship serverless applications with automation, security, and operational best practices. Hear from the founder Chase Douglas as he describes the technical challenges that confront startups.
NooBaa resides in the best of both worlds. They aim to provide the flexibility of the cloud with the sovereignty of on-prem in one solution. Hear from the founders as they describe what to look for when building your team.
Envisagenics is a bioinformatics startup spun out of Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory. Their mission is to boost the creation of new therapies for new diseases by reducing the complexity of biomedical big data. Listen to the founders’ advice for people considering starting a company.
Coralogix is a startup with a mission. They aim to shorten the time to detect and solve problems across test, staging and production with advanced machine learning. Hear the founders talk about the ups and downs of being a startup.
Luxembourg-based startup TadaWeb is helping organizations better understand online information by cloning key processes and replaying them at the speed of a computer. Hear from founder Genna Elvin as she outlines the pitfalls of taking advice and the benefits of finding the right partners early on.
Bansen Labs is a startup building elegant, scalable solutions for people of all abilities, empowering them to lead more fulfilling and connected lives. Their first product, Xogo, is a hardware and software offering that allows users to convert any device into controllers for use with all consumer technology. Hear advice from the founders […]
Dream Payments provides card payment options to small and medium businesses, where data security and data sovereignty are critical. See how IBM Cloud for VMware Solutions allows Dream Payments go from a mobile payment company to a mobile payment cloud provider. Get started with IBM Cloud for VMware today: ibm.co/2psvjnL
Affinio is an award-winning marketing intelligence platform that leverages massive consumer data sets to understand today’s consumer through their interests. Founded in 2013, Affinio empowers the world’s leading brands, agencies, media companies, and publishers to redefine the way they research, plan, and execute marketing strategies.
LogDNA, a Y-Combinator-backed startup uses machine learning to analyze and predict issues with server logs. Similar to how geneticists analyze human DNA, the service enables companies to isolate issues before they become problems in production environments.