The Investable Podcast, hosted by Michael, digs deep into the biggest problem emerging companies, entrepreneurs and businesses face today – funding. Our show is about learning how to Be Investable in every area of your life. Learn from our guests what key investors are really looking for in leadership and management. Our guests are experienced, successful leaders and pioneers happy to discuss the road map for hacking fundraising, and attracting the right mentors and investors. We look forward to you joining us on the show.
As the founder of YOUMAXA, Mazen Baisa delivers the truth about what flat out works against your energy, metabolism, neurobiology, vitality and everyday relationships. Through his products and programs, he gives the tools you’ve always needed but never had to run your professional life like an elite athlete and to be at the top of your game without the burnout.
Fred Schonenberg has helped over 100 companies, from General Mills to Beam Suntory to Netflix, discover and implement new technologies and innovations to deliver breakthrough results. As founder of VentureFuel, he has created a repeatable innovation framework, that bridges his deep relationships with the VC, Angel and Startup ecosystem with his C-suite corporate relationships to deliver first-to-market, tangible solutions that drive growth for all involved.
Jeff has 27 years of deep technology and business leadership and early-stage investment experience that has included P&L responsibility in Fortune 500 firms along with startups. Current activities include leading Startup Junkie Consulting, teaching entrepreneurship at the University of Arkansas, and managing the Tonic Regional Fund.
In this episode, we dive into what it takes to secure funding with Judy Robinette, author of Crack the Funding Code: How Investors Think and What They Need to Hear to Fund Your Startup published by AMACOM/Harper Collins Leadership.
Having worked with leading Universities (Cal, Stanford, Wharton, etc.) and top accelerators (Y-Combinator, TechStars, 500Startups, etc.), Angel Funds, Family Offices and other investors, Richard Swart is focused on the application of cutting-edge technology to solve many of the structural problems in venture capital and creating pathways for truly inclusive and outcome-based access to capital. During […]
This week we talk with Vitaly Golomb, a tech investment banker and angel investor who started as a serial entrepreneur in the Silicon Valley trenches as a teenager. We dive into where the tech sector is going and how to get a startup off the ground. He is the Co-founder and Managing Partner of GS […]
Venture for America Alum, Co-Founder and CEO of Ash & Erie Steve Mazur is on the Be Investable podcast discussing his clothing company for men 5’8″ and shorter. He also talks about his time on Shark Tank and how he struck a deal with Mark Cuban.
CEO and president of the Sandler organization Dave Mattson is on the Be Investable podcast talking about this journey in sales and management thought leadership, as a best-selling author, and as a keynote speaker for training events all around the world. Dave talks about the three things it takes to be successful from a sales […]
Bryan Finnerty, co-founder and CEO of ProtectCell, and current CEO of High Velocity Sports, is on the Be Investable podcast discussing how he took his company from zero dollars in revenue to $125 million in six years. Find out the key to getting traction and why success to Bryan is not looking at some type […]
Mike Paton brings his worldwide experiences with EOS to the show to discuss how his role as Visionary for EOS Worldwide and certified EOS Implementer has allowed him to work with hundreds of companies and thousands of full-day sessions. In this show, we discuss the one attribute that sets successful entrepreneurs apart and the biggest […]
Jordan Harbinger was once referred to as “The Larry King of podcasting,” and is a Wall Street lawyer turned talk show host, social dynamics expert and entrepreneur. He currently hosts The Jordan Harbinger Show and owns various companies including Advanced Human Dynamics (www.AdvancedHumanDynamics.com). Listen to this episode to learn how he made money the first […]
JT McCormick overcame the odds to become the President of two multimillion-dollar companies. Learn how he did it in this episode of the Be Investable podcast. Join us as JT talks about what it takes to be successful, why most salespeople suck and the importance of finding someone who will say “YES!” Click Here to […]
Greg Reid is a Master Storyteller Bestselling Author. Acclaimed Speaker. Filmmaker. As an entrepreneur, Greg is known for his giving spirit and a knack for translating complicated situations into simple, digestible concepts. As an action-taking businessman, his strategies turn into results fast and furious, and relationships are deep and rich in the space he orbits. […]
Dana Cavalea is the former head trainer for the New York Yankees and has the opportunity to work with some of the greatest athletes in the world including Alex Rodriguez, Derek Jeter, Mariano Rivera, Andy Pettitte, Justin Verlander, and more. In addition, he was the recipient of the 2009 MLB Nolan Ryan Award. This award is […]
Dave Meltzer is a rockstar and could not be any more excited to talk with him on the show today - his energy for life is contagious and his spirit for innovation and entrepreneurialism is never ending.
Jacques Panis, President of Shinola share is us how this leader keeps his culture alive with the meteoric growth the company "Shinola" has experienced in Michigan as well as continuing the mission of creating great jobs here in the U.S.
As a female pioneer in Silicon Valley, Ann Winblad enjoyed some great opportunities and experiences with us about her early days with Steve Jobs, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet, as well as, gave some insight on how her firm, Hummer Winblad Venture Partners, looks at investing.
This week Jeff Hoffman, co-founder of Priceline.com, uBid.com, CTI and ColorJar to name a few, was our guest on the show. Jeff knows what it’s like to be a successful entrepreneur and what it takes for a company to be investable.
Josh Luber turned an interest in collectible sneakers into a company that collects, analyzes and publishes data and insight into the unregulated sneaker resale industry. Find out why anyone would – and should - care about such a niche area. It’s nothing to run away from – it is thought to be a $6 billion global industry.