Startup Grind Podcast - Top 10 Episodes & Overview

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Startup Grind Podcast

The Startup Grind podcast features live recordings of interviews from their entrepreneur conferences. Recording these exclusive interviews with today's top business leaders enables Startup Grind to help fulfill their mission of helping fledgling entrepreneurs navigate their way to success, and allows startup founders to listen to how successful businesspeople began their journeys and how they dealt with the inevitable setbacks and forged ahead.

Top 10 Episodes of the Startup Grind Podcast:

Title

Synopsis

Runtime

Gary Vaynerchuk in Hong Kong on Self-Awareness, Failure, and Finding a Purpose

Serial entrepreneur and bestselling author Gary Vaynerchuk discusses his successes and setbacks and how he navigated both.

48 minutes

Convenience 2.0: The On-Demand Economy with Will Shu

Will Shu, the CEO and co-founder of Deliveroo, discusses his hugely successful company and his mission to change the world's conception of takeaway food.

19 minutes

The Psychology of Startup with Daniel Pink

Bestselling author Daniel Pink shares advice on how to build a business from the ground up, including how to pitch, who to hire, and more.

1 hour 6 minutes

What a Social Capital Partnership Is with Chamath Palihapitiya

Founder and managing partner of the Social Capital Partnership Palihapitiya speaks about his tenure at Facebook and what Silicon Valley should really focus on.

1 hour 5 minutes

Find People Smarter than You Are with Eric Schmidt

The former CEO of Google and current chairman of Alphabet talks about his journey and how he surrounds himself with genius.

39 minutes

Fundraising 101 with Joy Randels

CEO of New Market Partners and serial entrepreneur Joy Randels discusses the basics of fundraising.

27 minutes

Testing Your Market with Tony Xu

Door Dash founder Xu gives advice about how to truly understand your market and what makes it tick.

40 minutes

Changing the World Through Education with Sebastian Thrun

The co-founder of Udacity and former head of Google X talks about democratizing higher education and the creation of "nanodegrees."

26 minutes

Fighting Giants with Noah Everett

TwitPic and Pingly founder Everett discusses how huge ideas can start out small and succeed against massive competitors.

48 minutes

How to Create Habit-Forming Products with Nir Eyal

Bestselling author and sought-after Silicon Valley advisor Nir Eyal shares advice about how to create a product that people can't get enough of.

1 hour 20 minutes

Key Information About the Startup Grind Podcast:

Premiere Date

May 14, 2014

Host

Various

New Episode Release

2 episodes per week (until July 2016)

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Why should I listen to the Startup Grind podcast?

The Startup Grind podcast features live interviews from Startup Grind conferences, which means they provide candid, in-depth advice and information from many of today's most successful entrepreneurs, bestselling business authors, CEOs, educators, and investors. You can access more than 100 episodes containing conversations with business luminaries and entrepreneurial thinkers from around the globe. For free.

The Startup Grind podcast is the next best thing to attending a Startup Grind global event, and allows you to access the information you'd get if you were able to attend hundreds of their events in multiple countries. Whether you're a new startup founder or a seasoned entrepreneur, you'll likely find multiple episodes that interest you.

What is Startup Grind?

Startup Grind, in partnership with Google for Startups and others, is the largest startup community, helping support startups ecosystems in more than 125 countries. Startup Grind's monthly events bring together entrepreneurs, investors, founders, and educators from communities around the world to help nurture startups and build and bolster local economies.

You can learn more about Startup Grind and their worldwide chapters on their website.

Why can't I find any Startup Grind podcasts newer than 2017?

There's no official reason given, but it appears as though the regular release of their startup podcasts stalled in July of 2016, with one being released in October of that year and then only one episode released in 2017. They may, however, have just switched their attention to video, as you can find great coverage on the Startup Grind YouTube channel.