E898: Office Hours with Jason! Founders present their most pressing startup challenges: strengthening momentum after fundraise, igniting excitement for biometrics, educating angels on personal flight, increasing sales for AI video, targeting the right investors, & more

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Office Hours with Jason! Founders present their most pressing startup challenges: strengthening momentum after fundraise, igniting excitement for biometrics, educating angels on personal flight, increasing sales for AI video, targeting the right investors, & more

Show notes:

0:47 – Jason explains the format of the show and how office hours with Jason works.

2:06 – Emily McDonald, Founder & President of TheStylist LA: What advice do you have and what are some key things to watch out for after a fundraise?

11:26 – Emily McDonald from TheStylist LA: When is a good time to initiate contact with firms and investors for your second round of fundraising?

13:32 – Jason thanks sponsor LinkedIn. Claim a $50 credit toward your first job posting: linkedin.com/twist.

15:42 – Jaxon Klein, Co-founder & CEO of Keyo: Are pilots and proof of concepts a critical path for a hardware product if you currently can’t make the product in large amounts?

28:51 – Jason thanks sponsor SendPro Online from Pitney Bowes. Try it FREE for 30 days and get a FREE 10-pound scale when you visit pb.com/twist.

30:58 – Elias Murray Metzger, CEO of Learn to Fly Air: How do we connect and work with angel investors to add a regulatory hack element, or do we need to find another founder who has that experience?

43:15 – Jason thanks sponsor Capterra. Visit capterra.com/twist to find the right business software for you.

45:23 – Ajay Bam, Co-founder & CEO of Vyrill: How can I increase my sales and sell to more markets?

56:10 – Jill Bourque, Founder & CEO of RushTix: If I’m looking into angel investors for my next raise, should I be looking at angels that will help me get to the next level if I’m aiming for a unicorn business?

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