Life after Facebook means investing in female founders, producing Broadway shows, and raising three kids. How does she balance it all? She doesn’t.
In 2019, LIFT Labs hosted a wide variety of experts and entrepreneurs. From leaders in venture capital to successful startup founders and best-selling authors, we’ve heard from some of the greatest minds in entrepreneurship.Ready to use their insight to take your business to the next level? Here are the top tips we learned in 2019.
It’s hard to determine what’s most impressive about Richard Gottehrer. Maybe it’s his ability to write songs, like the 1963 No. 1 hit My Boyfriend’s Back. Maybe it’s his long career producing acts like Blondie, Ramones, and Talking Heads. Or, maybe it was his ability to successfully predict the rise of digital music long before it became mainstream.
Esports competitions have evolved significantly since then — and Roberts is helping to fuel the industry’s rapid growth. After college, he worked at Activision where he helped launch a $1 million Call of Duty tournament. After seeing the reaction from fans, he knew this wasn’t just fun and games — it was serious business.
Griggs helped MGMT go from unknown to wildly successful. Could he do the same for startup companies? It led him to launch Cantora, part record label and live events promotion business — part tech investment fund, and liaison between startups founders and the entertainment industry.
Want to start a podcast but not sure where to begin? Wondering what equipment to buy? Curious about how to grow your audience? Molly Beck has you covered.She’s the founder and CEO of Messy.fm, an all-in-one podcast production platform that makes it possible for novice podcasters to record, edit, publish, publicize, and monetize podcasts on the Messy.fm site. Think of it as WordPress for podcasting.