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33: Building a Remote Events Startup and Fundraising - Haje Kamps

Want Money Got Money with Sam Kamani

In this episode I discuss with the guest speaker - Haje Kamps  about how to pitch a startup if it is in its early stages. And we also run through  hypothetical scenarios on raising funding.Haje has written and published over 35 books, He used to work for TechCrunch as a reporter, He trains founders and Entrepreneurs to raise funding and he is currently building a tech product which allows people to conduct remote events.We talk about the following things in this episode.Building a remote companyBeing based in Silicon ValleyMaking a difference & Protecting the environmentFinding a cofounderHow to pitchMost challenging part of being a founderWhy you should be writing a monthly updateConnect with Haje Kamps:- https://www.linkedin.com/in/hjkamps/https://kamps.orghttps://twitter.com/Haje?ref_src=twsrc%5Egoogle%7Ctwcamp%5Eserp%7Ctwgr%5Eauthor If you enjoyed this episode then please subscribe, I will be interviewing other successful founders and investors to provide you a shortcut to success.Follow instagram:- https://www.instagram.com/wantmoneygotmoney/

38mins

17 Nov 2020

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Storytelling to supercharge your startup pitch with Haje Kamps

The Happy Startup School

If you ever find yourself pitching to a VC or for any kind of funding it’s important to know how to tell a compelling story.When it comes to pitching VC’s Haje Kamps, pitch coach, author of Pitch Perfect and CEO of Konf (a virtual conferencing platform), says the three elements you need to remember are: define the problem; say why you’ve got the perfect team; and demonstrate how you’ve got some traction in the market.In this recording of our Friday Fireside Haje shares some of his views on storytelling, startup life (particularly when it comes with dealing with venture capital) and why he believes it’s important in business to not only tell compelling stories but also authentic ones.Other things we touch on are the importance of building strong brands; being intrinsically motivated and the general irrational behaviour of people.

1hr 7mins

6 Oct 2020

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Storytelling to supercharge your startup pitch with Haje Kamps

The Happy Entrepreneur Podcast

If you ever find yourself pitching to a VC or for any kind of funding it’s important to know how to tell a compelling story. When it comes to pitching VC’s Haje Kamps, pitch coach, author of Pitch Perfect and CEO of Konf (a virtual conferencing platform), says the three elements you need to remember are: define the problem; say why you’ve got the perfect team; and demonstrate how you’ve got some traction in the market. In this recording of our Friday Fireside Haje shares some of his views on storytelling, startup life (particularly when it comes with dealing with venture capital) and why he believe it’s important in business to not only tell compelling stories but also authentic ones. Other things we touch on are: the importance of building strong brands; being intrinsically motivated and the general irrational behaviour of people.

1hr 7mins

5 Oct 2020

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Haje Kamps - Becoming a Thought Leader

Get Published Podcast

In episode 635 of the Get Published Podcast, Host and 15-Time Bestselling Author Paul G. Brodie talks with Haje Kamps about becoming a thought leader with your book. Find out more about how we can help you Share Your Story at www.GetPublishedPodcast.com

10mins

30 Sep 2020

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009 | 5 years of change in 3 months (featuring Haje Kamps)

What Now? Figuring out the new business landscape

After a wee summer break, What Now is back! This week we chat to Haje Kamps, CEO of Konf (https://konf.co/), a new virtual conference platform that launched earlier in August. We talk about how timely it is to be launching a digital conferencing platform just as everybody is WFH and we dig deeper into the big societal changes of the COVID era. What Now is a series of weekly one-on-one chats with marketers and entrepreneurs where we try to figure out what the hell is happening out there and how it is affecting the business landscape. The podcast is hosted by Dialect COO, David Maher Roberts and comes out every Friday.There's a video version of this podcast on our Vimeo channel (https://bit.ly/2BCUBMf). And to join in the discussion, head over to our Linkedin page - linkedin.com/company/dialect-inc/ and follow us.What Now is supported by Dialect (https://www.dialectinc.com/), the full service agency that specialises in engaging tech and gaming audiences for global brands.- Credits -What Now is produced by Dialect, Inc.Editor: Molly RichmondGraphic Design: Annabel MillerProducer: David Maher RobertsMusic: Artlist.io

21mins

3 Sep 2020

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I want Big Talk - Haje Kamps and Kate Gillispie

Human Awareness

Wrapping up our second season, your hosts Haje and Kate get into a delightful conversation reflecting on how the past 20 or so episodes have gone - and what we’ve learned along the way. It’s a wonderful, connected conversation. May I Have This Dance will be taking a little break - but we’ll be back later in the year!

44mins

7 Aug 2020

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In a position of choice - Haje Kamps

Human Awareness

Listen in as Kate and Haje indulge in our second, hosts-only conversation of the season. This time, Kate interviews Haje and we learn more about how his mind, highly active and imaginative, has brought him on a somewhat eclectic journey of passion, creativity and self-discovery. When he's not hosting the HAI podcast, Haje helps startups tell their stories - see haje.me or @Haje on Twitter. 

33mins

28 Feb 2020

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Venture capital and vulnerability with Haje Kamps

The Happy Startup School

This is the last episode of 2019 and a bit of a milestone for me. The podcast started in February as a bit of an experiment and I'm proud to have now recorded 50 episodes.Recording and producing each episode has taken a lot of time and effort but at the beginning of the year I had set myself a one word intention of learning and this podcast has felt so aligned with that.When I first started I didn't know what I was doing. The first few episodes were very raw but the podcast evolved after each recording and over time I discovered the style and format that felt right. Also, sharing these stories with listeners has allowed me to exercise my own practice of listening. I've learned as much about myself as I have about my guests.I'd like to thank everyone who gave up their time to join me on the podcast and also to everyone who's taken the time to listen.On this 50th episode I'm joined by one of our good friends and an alumnus of our first ever Alptitude retreat, Haje Kamps. He's had an eclectic career taking on the roles of journalist, entrepreneur, author, podcaster, VP of a VC and pitch coach. He's also one of the most well-read and knowledgable people I've ever met with ideas and thoughts on just about every subject you can throw at him.Through my work with the Happy Startup School one of the most common questions we're asked is about getting funding. In this episode we talk about venture capital and what it does to founders. In the startup world VC backing is seen as a badge of honour but I've come to understand that it isn't for everyone.I learned from Haje that being backed by VC funding can be brutal. They'll support you with their time and money but only if they can make a massive return on their investment. If you don't look like you're going to go big then you might as well go home.Building the unicorn businesses that VCs are looking for can make you rich beyond your wildest dreams and a household name, but at what cost? While many entrepreneurs appear to be after the money and the status, what's really motivating them?During our conversation we talk about intrinsic and extrinsic motivations and the importance of self knowledge for entrepreneurs. Haje shares some of his own journey of self knowledge and we talk about the value of deep conversations and vulnerability.

1hr 12mins

28 Feb 2020

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Venture capital and vulnerability with Haje Kamps

The Happy Entrepreneur Podcast

This is the last episode of 2019 and a bit of a milestone for me. The podcast started in February as a bit of an experiment and I'm proud to have now recorded 50 episodes. Recording and producing each episode has taken a lot of time and effort but at the beginning of the year I had set myself a one word intention of learning and this podcast has felt so aligned with that. When I first started I didn't know what I was doing. The first few episodes were very raw but the podcast evolved after each recording and over time I discovered the style and format that felt right. Also, sharing these stories with listeners has allowed me to exercise my own practice of listening. I've learned as much about myself as I have about my guests. I'd like to thank everyone who gave up their time to join me on the podcast and also to everyone who's taken the time to listen. On this 50th episode I'm joined by one of our good friends and an alumnus of our first ever Alptitude retreat, Haje Kamps. He's had an eclectic career taking on the roles of journalist, entrepreneur, author, podcaster, VP of a VC and pitch coach. He's also one of the most well-read and knowledgable people I've ever met with ideas and thoughts on just about every subject you can throw at him. Through my work with the Happy Startup School one of the most common questions we're asked is about getting funding. In this episode we talk about venture capital and what it does to founders. In the startup world VC backing is seen as a badge of honour but I've come to understand that it isn't for everyone. I learned from Haje that being backed by VC funding can be brutal. They'll support you with their time and money but only if they can make a massive return on their investment. If you don't look like you're going to go big then you might as well go home. Building the unicorn businesses that VCs are looking for can make you rich beyond your wildest dreams and a household name, but at what cost? While many entrepreneurs appear to be after the money and the status, what's really motivating them? During our conversation we talk about intrinsic and extrinsic motivations and the importance of self knowledge for entrepreneurs. Haje shares some of his own journey of self knowledge and we talk about the value of deep conversations and vulnerability.

1hr 12mins

25 Dec 2019

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81: Entrepreneurship Talk With Venture Capitalist Haje Kamps.

Sports, Biz & Music The Podcast By: Dj Anonymous

Good Afternoon Family and welcome to another episode of #sportsbizmusic the podcast and this episode today I had the chance to chat with Haje Kamps. Haje is an inventor, investor, author, writer, photographer and just an all around talented man. Haje did so many things from writing for tech crunch a big magazine that covers the news for tech. He also is the co-founder of a couple of companies like Trigger Trap, Screen Cloud and Life Folder. He also work for a Venture Capitalist company called Bolt which help different start ups with funds and exposure to grow their company.

39mins

1 May 2019

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