Welcome to the Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Podcast! Each episode features wide-ranging discussions with tech's top entrepreneurs, investors, and thought leaders about the most pressing issues facing them and the industry. The conversations were originally recorded as part of the monthly Cornell Tech @ Bloomberg Speaker Series, which convenes students from Cornell Tech, Bloomberg employees, and members of New York’s tech community at Bloomberg’s Global Headquarters in New York City. Now, they're available to you!
Episode 20 - Panel on the NYC Venture Capital Landscape
Panel on the NYC Venture Capital Landscape with Lerer Hippeau's Eric Hippeau, EXPA's Naveen Selvadurai and FirstMark Capital's Catherine "Kit" Ulrich. In this panel discussion, several of New York’s most successful venture capitalists discuss a range of topics such as how to hire the right types of superheroes to go above and beyond for your brand.
15/08/2019 • 45 minutes 52 seconds
Episode 15 - The Future of Education & Work
Panel on The Future of Education & Work with Jake Schwartz, co-founder/CEO of General Assembly, Leah Belsky, VP of global enterprise development at Coursera, and Jeremy Snepar, founder/CEO of New York Code + Design Academy (moderated by Scarlet Fu)
In this panel discussion about how education and business adapt to the changes that technology creates, three entrepreneurs discuss the importance of creativity and adaptability when facing these challenges.
03/05/2019 • 42 minutes 45 seconds
Episode 13 - Brian S. Cohen, Chairman, New York Angels
Brian S. Cohen, Chairman, New York Angels and Founding Partner, New York Venture Partners (interviewed by Scarlet Fu)
In this discussion about what angel investors look for when choosing to invest and how to project the future ramifications of certain investments, Brian S. Cohen, Chairman of New York Angels and Founding Partner, New York Venture Partners, addresses these subjects head on in a conversation with Scarlet Fu.
22/03/2019 • 44 minutes 51 seconds
Episode 1 - Sam Altman, President of Y Combinator (Interviewed by Tom Giles)
Early-stage tech entrepreneurs face many nuanced problems. Sam Altman shares useful insights gleaned from the many companies incubated through Y Combinator.