Tag: startup founders
Interview: Max Lysak of Mate academy
Max Lysak is the co-founder & Chief Growth Officer at Mate academy, a Ukrainian EdTech startup turning anyone with the drive into software engineers. We had the pleasure of chatting with him about the story of their growth, the current situation with the war and where they want to go next. Max also gives us…
Interview: Kustas Kõiv of Snabb
Kustas Kõiv is the co-founder and CEO at Snabb, an Estonian startup making vehicle ownership a more delightful experience. Snabb was founded in 2015 as a private parking app, but now users can browse, manage and pay parking, washing, charging, and fuelling from the Snabb App. The startup boasts over 50,000 users in 10 countries.
Interview: Lisett Luik of Arbonics
We caught up with Lisett, a graduate of Yale and LSE to learn more about Arbonics, her experience raising money with Plural, the carbon market and its transparency, and the power of forests.
Interview: Anna Decroix of Demoboost
Anna Decroix is Demoboost‘s co-founder and CMO. Following their recent funding news, we reached out to her to talk about their next steps, their product, the fast-growing demo market, and the importance of the presales role in SaaS companies. We also discussed her experiences prior to joining Demoboost, and got her opinion, as a remote…
Interview: Andres Sampka of Parcelsea
Andres Sampka is the CEO and co-founder of Parcelsea, an Estonian last-mile delivery startup that develops smart mailboxes that help accept and deliver parcels securely and contact-free. We talk to Andres about Parcelsea’s current traction, the origins of the idea, as well as the Estonia and some of the reasons why its ecosystem has blossomed.…
Interview: Rolands Mesters of Nordigen
In our first founder interview, we met up with Rolands Mesters, co-founder and CEO of Nordigen to talk about their recent acquisition, the company origins, open banking and more.
Interview: Egija Gailuma of OX Drive
Riga has become one the first cities in Europe to get a Tesla-only premium car sharing service, thanks to the new home-grown startup OX Drive.