Tag: Short-form Startup Intro Videos
Temi is a personal robot that hopes to revolutionize communication. CEO Gal Goren shares how temi’s autonomous nature allows for an improved user experience, like hands-free video calling or tight subject matter focus. He also walks through the depth of its integration with Amazon Alexa, what its use cases are, and why the time for temi is now.
China and US-based startup Castbox, unofficially known as the Netflix of podcasts, allows users to stream live podcasts, engage with speakers, and upload their own premium content. Founder and CEO Renee Wang explains how the app works, who its main users are, and where she sees the podcast industry heading in the future.
Jack Chu, CEO of data management startup FST Network, explains how the company utilizes blockchain technology to provide de-identified customer relationship management tools. Chu also chats about why this technology is valuable to monolithic enterprise customers, what inspired him to build it, and how it works.
Claudia Sin, Founder, CEO, and CTO of ChatCampaign, shares how by moving loyalty program messaging from email to applications like What’sApp and Facebook Messenger, the Hong Kong-based startup helps programs provide a more engaging, authentic experience. She also shares why this technology is necessary, what she’s learned as a founder of multiple startups, and what’s next for ChatCampaign.
Enigma Technologies is on a mission to improve the world around it by intelligently gathering, interpreting, and acting on data. Enigma does so using Amazon SageMaker, which allows it to train and deploy learning models that can process hundreds of millions of data sets for its customers.
For Stephen Chung, Co-founder and CEO of Breakup Tours, travel is the best medicine for heartbreak. The Hong Kong-based travel activity app recommends travel itineraries for customers based on the emotions they experience after a breakup, whether it’s anger, sadness, or something else. As the app gathers customer data, it becomes more intelligent with its recommendations. Chung shares what inspired him to found the company, why its technology is relevant, and what his vision is for its future.
Jonny Ayers, Co-founder and SVP of security startup Socure, describes the challenges of legacy identity verification that Socure hopes to solve, how the team finds customers, and why machine learning is essential to the company’s success.
Yaron Morgenstern, CEO of Glassbox, talks about how the UK-based software startup enables large enterprise companies to understand their customers’ digital pain points and provide innovative solutions.
Steve Irvine, Founder and CEO of integrate.ai, explains how the Canadian startup helps larger companies in traditional industries like banking, retail, and telecommunications compete with digital disruptors by more robustly analyzing their customer data.
Chris Cochran, CEO of ProsperOps, chats about how the software startup works. As a two-time founder and mentor at Capital Factory, he also shares insights into the current startup environment.