GetCast: Frame.io’s CEO on the journey from editing video in darkrooms to the bright lights of TechCrunch

GetCast: Frame.io’s CEO on the journey from editing video in darkrooms to the bright lights of TechCrunch

What happens when an entrepreneur scratches his own itch? Emery Wells (follow him on Twitter) started out as a video editor, where he found himself providing services to top ad agencies. He began to realise there was a big untapped opportunity in the cloud. So he launched his own cloud app, and is now proud co-founder and CEO of Frame.io, an online video collaboration app that was recently featured on both TechCrunch and Product Hunt.

We invited Emery on the podcast to find out more about his life as a video editor entrepreneur, the apps used at Frame.io, and what advice he would give to wannabe entrepreneurs.

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GetCast: Rand Fishkin on rebuilding Moz and himself, an intimate interview

GetCast: Rand Fishkin on rebuilding Moz and himself, an intimate interview

Rand Fishkin is the founder, face, soul, and self-styled Wizard of Moz. He’s built an SEO tool that industry experts love. But his success hasn’t always been easy. Rand has spoken before about the building of Moz.com and ending up $500,000 in debt. We caught up with Rand to talk about his life now, including his new role at Moz, the new keyword research tool he’s building, and the apps he loves to use. Oh, and his moustache.

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GetCast: How a New York cheese store is tasting success thanks to inventory management

GetCast: How a New York cheese store is tasting success thanks to inventory management

Brooklyn cheesemonger BKLYN Larder is enjoying the sweet smell of success, thanks, in no small part, to the adoption of a cloud-based inventory management software. Emily Taylor, director of eCommerce and online communication at BKLYN Larder, has been in charge of implementing Ordoro as its inventory manager.  In this episode, Emily explains the impact that this app– and others – have had on the business of selling delicious cheeses, home made food, and hard-to-find grocery items.

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