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Fireside with FedTech: Alumni Company - Microsphere Solutions - Shared screen with speaker view
Ivano Newbill
19:13
For John Howard: Do you think it was a Big advantage having both labs close by from a financial stand point? Was their a cost for using the lab for research and concept prototypes stage? Do you think the university lab versus using a federal lab saved you money and time?
Ibrahim Mohedas
20:50
Question: What did your timeline look like from FedTech to today? i.e. when did you hit milestones like 1) first funding, 2) first hire, 3) first sale, etc.
Eugene Ostrovskiy
22:54
How far along should the startup be before committing to it full-time?
Ivano Newbill
27:27
John, Matt and Avi great job…great example of hard work, planning and discipline.
Ivano Newbill
35:15
John or Matt are you looking for opportunities outside of the USA?
Ben Solomon
42:42
thanks to everyone for joining and being a part of the FedTech community!
Bradley Duckworth
53:41
Question: As a materials company how do you convey focus to potential investors and customers while also highlighting the broad applicability of your tech?
Jake Kramer
01:00:47
such a good podcast!
Newby
01:01:04
name of podcast
Newby
01:01:24
Podcast Podcast Podcast Name Please Please Please
Michael Okrent
01:02:02
https://www.npr.org/podcasts/510313/how-i-built-this
Eugene Ostrovskiy
01:02:25
Thank you for the talk. I have to leave now. Good luck everyone!
Robyn Brazzil
01:03:12
thanks John! Great job Amanda!
Michael Okrent
01:03:19
Wonderful!
Bradley Duckworth
01:03:29
Thanks!
Marian Arbesman
01:03:41
Thanks!
Bob Foraker
01:03:41
Good job
Antony Vaz
01:03:46
Thank you. Great session.