Sramana Mitra interviews VCs, Founders, CEOs, and Angel Investors, discussing topics and trends of interest to entrepreneurs.
She is Founder of One Million by One Million (1Mby1M), the first global virtual accelerator, headquartered in Silicon Valley. We aim to nurture a million entrepreneurs to reach a million dollars each in annual revenue and beyond, thereby creating a trillion dollars in global GDP and ten million jobs.
585th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Mohanjit Jolly, Iron Pillar - 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast
Mohanjit Jolly, Partner at Iron Pillar, and a long-time player in the Indian startup ecosystem discusses Exit options for Indian startups and other topics.
584th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Bhaskar Ghosh, 8VC - 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast
Bhaskar Ghosh, Partner and CTO at 8VC, discusses his firm’s investment thesis, and we have an interesting discussion about the definition of a “good” entrepreneur.
583rd 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Pawel Maj, Warsaw Equity Group - 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast
Pawel Maj, Investment Director, Warsaw Equity Group, discusses post-seed and pre-series A funding in Eastern and Central Europe in the context of his firm’s investment thesis.
580th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Anup Jain, Orios Venture Partners - 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast
Anup Jain, Managing Partner at Orios Venture Partners, discusses the Indian startup ecosystem and its trends and nuances.
582nd 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Cameron Kramlich, Angelneers - 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast
Cameron Kramlich, General Partner at Angelneers, offers a rare perspective in support of solo entrepreneurs.
579th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Evan Zimmerman, Jovono - 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast
Evan Zimmerman, Chairman of Jovono, discusses his fund’s investment philosophy, especially around pre-seed and seed.
As always, Sramana's podcasts are insightful and useful.
Interesting, to the point, and we’ll moderated
I listened to the 195th episode with Anita Sands. Interesting stuff, as always from her. I like the conveyor belt analogy for innovation and the point about not waiting to late in the (funding) lifecycle of a startup to engage.