Welcome to The Back Yourself Show, hosted by Stakester founder Tom Fairey.
We’re here for the dreamers, the creators, the inventors, the missionaries, the founders. Each week we get advice, wisdom and inspiring stories from savvy investors and honest startups. We're on a mission to empower those thinking about launching their own startup and turning those who have into superstar successes.
Everyone has what it takes to control their destiny and we want everyone to know how they can back themselves and do it.
Founder Series - Guy Harrington - Glenhawk
Lending in the property space is famously outdated and slow. This week's guest, Guy Harrington, wasn't ok with this, so he decided to fix the problem and take a new approach.
Paul Miller - Bethnal Green Ventures
Some people are fighting the good fight in VC, and Paul Miller is one of these. Listen to how he was inspired to make a positive change in the world and how he continues to do so.
Tadas Labudis - Prodsight
Tadas grew up in Lithuania and started his first entrepreneurial venture aged 13, now he's now launched a tech startup, Prodsight, that helps companies understand customer feedback.
Sean Seton-Rogers - PROFounders Capital
Sean Seton-Rogers is the Managing Partner of PROFounders Capital. An early stage fund based in London. He has funded someone of the coolest businesses from MADE.com to the recently listed Unity.
He shares his view on the VC market, the secrets of how they make money and the best advice for entrepreneurs.
Sam O'Connor - Coconut
On this episode of The Back Yourself Show, Tom sits down with Sam O’Connor, founder and CEO of Coconut, an accounting and tax tool service that “makes self-employment easier than being employed.”
David Fogel - Alma Angels and Accelerated Digital Ventures
David Fogel: Understanding How Investing Works for Startups
David is the co-founder of Alma Angels, ADV, and Israel Tech Parliament. He’s super passionate about working with innovative and brilliant people while helping them build their ideas into successful businesses that have a global impact.
In this episode, he shares the story of how he joined the startup world and the impact he has made in the sector while working in different countries. He explains in detail what makes a good startup and founder in determining long-term success.