Today we have an interesting interview with Andrew Berkowitz who is the Founder and Host of the Global Startup Movement Podcast, one of the largest global startup ecosystem podcasts in the world. In this episode, Andrew tells his story on how he started his podcast and why he chose to focus on the topic of global startup ecosystems.
In this episode, Eli talks with Steven A. Rodriguez who is the Techstars Startup Programs Regional Manager for US and Canada, Founder/Managing Director of SUEGO and Chief Culture Officer at BloomShift. Also, Steven is StartupBlink’s City Partner in Washington, DC and is determined to help build the entrepreneurial ecosystem on the local, national and international stage.
In this episode, we talk with Hermes Arriaga, the founder of ImpactHub, coworking space, with whom we met in Zagreb, Croatia.
As a native Mexican that has been very much involved in his local startup ecosystem, Hermes shares his insights on the Mexican and Croatian startup ecosystems. He also discusses the cultural differences that foreigners face in Croatia and the present entrepreneurial mindset of the local community. Everything comes in the form of his own experience, so you will get a more authentic trip between two different yet goal-oriented ecosystems!
In this episode, Eli talks about the importance of mapping your local startup ecosystem. As someone who is actively involved in global startup communities and constantly supports the growth of ecosystems around the world, he shares valuable insights on how to build such a map and presents mapping solutions that StartupBlink offers in this area.Continue reading EP-4: Why is it necessary to map your startup ecosystem? Lecture by Eli David, the CEO of StartupBlink
In this episode, we talk with our startup ecosystem partners in Kingston, Canada. Andrew Bacchus from Kingston Economic Development Corporation and David Hyndman that used to work at Queen’s University. Both share their valuable insights on what makes Kingston unique and so favorable for startup founders. This episode is not only highly informative but inspiring as well.