In today's episode, we talk about how to be successful with a new startup company in a new country with no connections, which our guest, Susan Kish, has done. Susan Kish is working on her own startup, is working inside large companies, she's had successful exits, and she's raised money. She talks about not having to have an exit strategy for certain industries, the timeframe that inventors expect to make profit from their investment, and so much more. Enjoy the episode.
Today's guest is Dr. Robert Cialdini who has spent his entire career researching the science of influencing and earning him an international reputation as an expert in the fields of persuasion, compliance and negotiation. His books including Influence, Science and Practice are the result of decades of peer reviewed research on why people comply with request. Influence has sold an impressive three million plus copies. It's a New York Time's Bestseller and it's been published in over, get this, 30 languages. His new book Pre-Suasion: A Revolutionary Way to Influence and Persuade is now becoming a Wall Street Journal and New York Time's Bestseller as well because of this worldwide recognition, his cutting edge scientific research and his ethical business and policy applications. He's frequently regarded as "the godfather of influence".
Today's guest is John Warrillow. He has a value builders system that creates a score on whether your company can sell and for how much. The key factors that he look for when he funds a startup is that the founder has humility, resilience and discipline. He looks to hear a story of showing those attributes. Be sure to find out how he decides what valuation things he looks for when he's looking to decide whether he's going to fund a startup or not. There's wealth of information on how you need to know your numbers. Enjoy the episode.
Nathan Rose is from New Zealand but calls himself a digital nomad and lives all over Europe. He's written a new book on equity crowdfunding, not only for the US but multiple countries across the world. He also gives out a tool at the end to use for equity crowdfunding that you're want to be sure to listen to and start using right away. Nathan talks about how fund raising and marketing can be done simultaneously with equity crowdfunding. However, there are some downsides compared to Angel Investing and he goes into what those are.