POD OF THE WEEK: This Week in Startups features Keith Rabois (Breaking news! Keith was at Khosla Ventures but is leaving for Founders Fund)
BONUS: Ask Nicley will be featured in a great webinar on the 26th PST/27th NZST this month. The topic is 5 Ways to Scale Customer Experiences through Front-Line Collaboration
POD OF THE WEEK: McKinsey discuss how companies can ethically deploy artificial intelligence.
BONUS: The Information are currently testing out their news and analyst services by providing courses on specific topics. Very interesting approach. Check out their first course, all about……….Scooters…well, “Micromobility” You can register for this 101 course here. It’s a 15-day guided primer on the multi-billion dollar global industry for small transportation vehicles, one of the most hyped startup sectors to emerge over the past year.
POD OF THE WEEK: What does it actually take to win at enterprise sales? a16z Podcast covering stories and Lessons in Enterprise Sales
BONUS: Applications for the Y-Combinator Summer 2019 batch are now open and they are also on the hunt for anyone in an emerging filed for an all expenses paid weekend in Boulder, CO in April (from anywhere in the world).
POD OF THE WEEK: How a small startup in Western Australia became one of Australia Unicorn Tech companies. How I built this features Melanie Perkins, founder and CEO of Canva
BONUS: Pitch your hardware project, online, or just join as a listener: StartupBlink are providing an online pitching event for Hardware/IoT founders on Feb 19th