MicroConf On Air

--- Rob Walling ---

Welcome to the MicroConf Podcast! Featuring two episodes per week, we take a look back at the archives from MicroConf's past and publish the audio of some of the best talks delivered from the MC stage and host a weekly live streamed conversation with founders and geniuses supporting the non-VC track startup community.

Brought to you by Rob Walling of MicroConf On Air

Latest Episodes…

  1. Are You Learning Quickly Enough? with Anders Thue Pedersen

    Entrepreneurship is moving at a breakneck speed to keep ahead of the curve and create without getting overtaken by your nearest competitor.  If you aren't learning the market your business serves and the intricacies of it's consumers quickly, then you'll never keep up with their needs. ...


  2. Announcing TinySeed’s 2021 Accelerator Batch

    We’re fortunate to be continuously amazed by the quality and number of applicants for TinySeed’s annual accelerator program: https://tinyseed.com #tinyseed In total, we’ve received nearly 2,000 applications across our three accelerator batches. And with each successive batch, the quality of applications has grown alongside the percentage of ...


  3. Markers to Watch Out for on Your Way to Product Market Fit with Maren Kate

    Finding product market fit is not an overnight process.  It's almost impossible to strike that sweet spot at the onset of your product idea - even if you have some degree of validation.   https://microconfonair.com This episode is sponsored by Rewardful, turning ...


  4. Building Communities that Enhance Customer and User Satisfaction with Rosie Sherry

    There is power in numbers and developing communities around your brand, your product, and your users can be a great strategy to ensure customer and client satisfaction. https://microconfonair.com Rosie Sherry has just started a new role with Orbit.love and has been serving as the Community Manager for Indie Hackers before launching her ...


  5. Scripting Sales Calls with John Ndege

    You should be scripting your sales calls the same way you script a webinar or presentation.  Reinventing the wheel every time you get on a call with your customers is less efficient than creating a standardized set of responses and direction for the call.  John Ndege ...