Tag: Short-form Startup Intro Videos
Andrew Welling, Head of Program Management at electric jet startup Lilium, talks about how their jets take off and land, the problems that arise from running on batteries, who will be able to use their service, and why the design of their aircraft is innovative.
Maral Kalajian, Marketing & Communications Manager at Watty, talks about how the Stockholm, Sweden-based startup makes tools to help people understand what is happening in their home in real-time.
CTO and Co-Founder of Datree Shimon Tolts talks about the risks of losing control, serving their customers, and more.
London-based Unmade is an on-demand clothing manufacturing platform that offers businesses the ability to offer customization to their customers.
Gerald Zankl, Business and Sales Director at Bitmovin, talks about how his startup helps other companies and where it fit into the marketplace, as well as the challenges of streaming video.
Check out our video interview with Marko Srsan, Program Director of Techstars London, to learn more about the organization and how startups can get in with their U.K. outpost.
When most people think about global trade, they usually imagine planes, trains, automobiles, and ships. What they fail to picture are the companies that orchestrate how all those services to work together—companies like the full-service air and ocean freight forwarder Flexport.
Founded in 2017, Warung Pintar offers street vendors tech-enabled stalls that include internet connectivity for customers, a digital POS system, LCD displays, and more.
Based in Amsterdam, Hiber is building a global Internet of Things (IoT) connectivity hub that is linked together by a network of small satellites.
Gremlin CEO and Co-Founder Kolton Andrus wants you to think of his company as a flu shot. “We basically inject a little of harm [into your system] in order to find weak spots and build an immunity,” he says. “We proactively break things… to help make them stronger.” While Andrus notes that the idea of preparing for disaster isn’t new—”we were doing hardware failure testing in the 60s and 70s and people were writing papers about this in the 80s, 90s, and early 2000s”—what they have noticed is that migrating to the Cloud has introduced new challenges.