So I really liked that smart, intelligent, startup passionate fellow New Yorker! He has a very fancy bio:
Garth Holsinger is currently CEO/ Founder of The Global Startup Project (http://theglobalstartupproject.com) and startupsforgood.org. He also consults, through his agency Working Man, connecting startups with major brands and organisations. He is a partner in a co-working space in New York City, Internet Media Labs.
For the past three years, he was Sr. Vice President, Global Sales & Business Development at Klout (http://klout.com).
First of all, Garth, we should bike together. I want to renew this interview series on the bike. Please accept my challenge and write a comment to let my followers know it, too..
I hope you guys like these series as much as I did!! 🙂
Startups vs Big Brands.
How they can learn from each other. How brands can be updated with these constant new technologies out there? What is tech tourism and how can a big brand find the ONE tech company that can give them great solutions? In the big and global tech market? How does Garth with WorkingManDigital.com help startups and brands?
Are you an entrepreneur? What kind of question is this? Can we ask it without hurting someone or their ego? Does everyone really wanna be an entrepreneur (since I find it something you can’t change, like a curse in a way)?
How to reach out to big brands with startup perspective and experiences? Should startups send generic emails, cold calls or Twitter attack?
How can you get sponsored? What’s the best way to reach out?
Unique helmet for Girl On The Bike. I need a strategy to reach out some helmet companies..