The Talking to Tech People Podcast w/ Jason Frazell

Host Jason Frazell interviews founders, movers, shakers, and titans of tech on the Talking to Tech People Podcast. From inspiration to exits, pivots to pitfalls, pre-revenue to profits, it's all on the table for Jason an

Lindsay Liu-Co-Founder and CEO of Super

Season 1, Ep. 8
Lindsay and Jason talk about Lindsay's long and accomplished executive career across marketing and tech, how Super is going to change the game around how multi family buildings are run and why Lindsay and her team have decided that the four day work week is a competitive advantage.Lindsay is the co-founder and CEO of Super, a series seed funded software startup creating the operating system for buildings.Lindsay lives at the intersection of brand, product, and business to build multidisciplinary teams, introduce new capabilities, and reach new markets. Her experience spans early-stage startups, growth-stage companies, and multinational Fortune 500s. Across these, one thing has remained consistent: a track record of driving growth in revenue and reputation.Prior to founding Super, Lindsay was the Head of Marketing for the Series B startup founded by Eric Ries, the Long-Term Stock Exchange (LTSE). At LTSE, she launched the first listings with Asana and Twilio as well as pivoted the software business to reach its first major revenue milestone. Before joining LTSE, Lindsay was the Managing Director overseeing growth at the global digital product company, Work & Co, where she led the company from 50 employees and 2 offices to over 400 employees across 6 offices. She is a Board Director at the non-profit for gender equity, Women In Innovation, and a founding partner of Common Space, a new type of real estate investment fund.lindsay@lindsayliu.com

Daniel Tonkopi, Founder and CEO of Delfast, global leader in the e-bikes industry

Season 1, Ep. 7
Jason and Daniel talk about Daniel's path from a bike messenger company to developing the world record holding e-bike for both speed and distance, Daniel shares the biggest mistake he made earlier in his career that could have saved him a year of development and a lot of money. Jason and Daniel spend some time talking about the war in Ukraine and what it's like to have team members right in the thick of it while still trying to do their job.Daniel Tonkopi is founder and chief executive officer of Delfast, Inc. Daniel is a serial entrepreneur with more than 20 years of successful business experience. His previous entrepreneurial endeavors include, a Ukrainian business reviews service; X-Rift, an augmented reality mobile game; and Million Dollar Startup, a Kyiv-based startup school. In 2014, Daniel set out to transform the future of transportation and combat climate change with Delfast’s innovative e-bikes. He has since grown the company into a disruptive global e-bike leader that holds a Guinness World Record for greatest distance (228 miles) traveled on a single charge. In addition to Delfast, Daniel also serves as a business and entrepreneurial mentor for MiniBoss School, Startup Ukraine, and the Central Asia FLEX business program. He is an author, a former radio host, and is a prolific speaker, having appeared at dozens of industry conferences globally. Daniel holds a Bachelor’s degree in International Economic Relations from Kazakh Economic University.www.delfast.com