If you want to get inside the head of a serial entrepreneur, then this is the episode for you. I interview Anton Andreacchio, who has founded multiple companies including Convergen & Jumpgate
We discuss a lot of the amazing things that he’s doing in the Virtual Reality & Augmented Reality space including his collaboration with AFL football teams using VR/AR to train footballers, how using this tech with traditional land owners can help them visualise the impacts of major projects on their environment along with how he brought the Adelaide Symphony Orchestra experience into people’s homes in a world first.
If you thought that was a lot, wait, there’s more! We also discuss data science, solutions looking for problems ~v~ real world value propositions, building sustainable startups, under promising and over delivering, how telling the brutal truth when pitching for business might not pay off in the short term, but it does in the end.
There’s a lot to digest here….so, hang on, you’re in for a ride.
The life of an entrepreneur isn’t easy. But I can tell you from experience, that it certainly is exciting and can be very rewarding.
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