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Angel Investor’s Network Podcast

Jeff Barnes, Laura Rubinstein, and Cliff Locks

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Angel Investor’s Network Podcast

Jeff Barnes, Laura Rubinstein, and Cliff Locks

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Jeff Barnes, Laura Rubinstein, and Cliff Locks bring together successful, high net worth investors to share with you how they invested successfully and achieved a profitable exit, entrepreneurs to share with you how they grow their businesses, and the most successful, privately held companies in America to share with you how they grow their businesses. They bring it all together in one place so you too can grow your business, invest wisely, and be profitable.

Latest Episodes

Eugene Levin

On today's podcast episode, Laura speaks to Eugene Levin, the chief strategy officer of SEMRush, about how Online visibility can save companies in a competitive market. He shares how hard to come up with an example of a business that can have no online presence which is the major challenge to make products / services stand out among the many. Eugene will also talk about how important it is to reinvent advertising to refocus company's customers' attention, and share the new tactics and data between departments to avoid silos. Eugene was one of the first investors to spot SEMrush. After joining the company as a Chief Strategy Officer he helped to quadruple company revenue and raised over $40m from Tier 1 investors. Before SEMrush, Eugene was a partner at Target Global, pan-european venture fund that invests in consumer Internet space. There Eugene was in charge of US pipeline and invested in number of notable companies including Blue Apron, Lyft and Juno. He started his VC career as S...

37 MINMAR 1
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Eugene Levin

Christine Bottagaro

On today's episode, Laura talks to Christine, Chief Marketing Officer of Rogue Wave Software about her experiences from ideation to implementation, across both large and small canvases. She runs marketing like the business it is - getting the most from teams, driving to measurable results and fiscal responsibility. She commands audiences from customers, prospects, analysts, Boards and investors. From start-up to IPO to large public and mid-sized private companies, she built strategies and teams that deliver results. The things that interest her the most just so happen to provide the highest value to the company. Driving innovation, talking to customers, working with sales. Christine Bottagaro leads the marketing organization at Rogue Wave, driving messaging and positioning, go-to-market campaigns, and sales enablement. Christine has 20 years of experience in developing marketing strategies and leading global growth for technology companies. Christine previously held senior marketing...

24 MINJAN 22
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Christine Bottagaro

Mitch Russo

On today's episode, Jeff speaks with Mitch Russo, CEO of Russoplus.com about his two main ingredients that he brings to the table; Experience and Creativity - he will share how he started being an inspiring Rock Band Star on his way up in being an entrepreneur reaching $35MM in sales. Mitch has helped hundreds of coaches build a profitable practice through his MasterClass and through private client relationship. His greatest passion is helping CEOs get extreme leverage by building independent "tribes" of Certified Consultants. This mainly builds loyalty with your best clients and deeply engaging them through a powerful, integrated community which happens to drive massive profits year after year. He also has built powerful tools for his clients to license their IP and deploy their own Certified Consultant program quickly and successfully. Learn more about his program here, https://mitchrusso.com/

55 MINJAN 15
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Mitch Russo

Bill Leake

On today’s episode, Laura speaks with Bill Leake, CEO of Apogee Results. Bill talks about direct response marketing and how pattern recognition can be used to find what business model will have the most impact on optimization. Bill Leake, CEO of Apogee Results, draws on a deep expertise in both business and marketing to help increase revenues for a wide range of clients. He has been involved in driving provable revenues through Internet marketing techniques since the early 1990s when, as part of the management team at Power Computing, he built the first company to sell $1 million of product over the Internet. As founder of Apogee Results, he has guided the company from inception to its current position as the largest search engine marketing company in Texas, one of the 20 largest independents in North America and one of the fastest growing companies on the Inc. 500 / 5000 list. In addition to leading Apogee Results, Bill also serves as the president of the Austin Interactive Market...

29 MIN2018 DEC 11
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Bill Leake

Shaun Buck

On today’s episode, Jeff speaks with Shaun Buck of The Newsletter Pro. Shaun talks about how he started his epreneurial journey as a teen in need of a way to raise a family and how he came to create The Newsletter Pro. He also talks about his experience in scaling and exiting from his entrepreneurial ventures and how to position yourself and view these investments. Shaun Buck has been a successful serial entrepreneur for almost two decades. He currently owns and operates The Newsletter Pro, based out of Boise, Idaho. The Newsletter Pro has only been operating since 2011, but it has rapidly grown into the nation's largest custom newsletter company, mailing millions of newsletters annually. The Newsletter Pro has been recognized for their tremendous growth by Inc. Magazine, making the Inc. 500 list twice and the Inc. 5000 list once. The Newsletter Pro has also been named one of the best places to work in Idaho for the past three years. Shaun was named "Man of the Year" by the Leukemi...

29 MIN2018 DEC 5
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Shaun Buck

Kim Perell

On today’s episode, Jeff speaks with Kim Perell, entrepreneur, tech CEO, best-selling author, and angel investor. Kim talks about the importance of execution when it comes to succeeding as an entrepreneur and attracting investors. She also discusses what she has seen to be the key qualities in companies she has invested in that have successful exits. Kim has made headlines for her transformative story of a startup entrepreneur to a leading tech CEO and prominent angel investor. Laid off from her dream job out of college, Kim started her first company from her kitchen table, going from broke to a multi-millionaire by the time she was 30, and selling her last company for $235 million in 2014. Passionate about supporting other entrepreneurs, Kim is an angel investor in over 70 startups, 14 of which have successfully been acquired. Kim’s first book, The Execution Factor, The One Skill That Drives Success, is a national bestseller, designed to help others achieve success in business an...

29 MIN2018 OCT 24
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Kim Perell

Anthony Glomski

On today’s show, Jeff speaks with Anthony Glomski, principal and founder of AG Asset Advisory, and author of Liquidity and You: A Personal Guide for Tech and Business Entrepreneurs Approaching an Exit. On the show, Anthony discusses important factors to consider as both an entrepreneur building a business, and as an investor. Anthony talks about surrounding yourself with the right people to build your business on secure footing to produce a successful exit, and what questions to ask when considering investing in a startup to maximize your investment. AG Asset Advisory is an SEC-registered investment advisory firm in Los Angeles. Anthony works with a select group of successful tech and business entrepreneurs who are approaching a liquidity event to help them make smart decisions with their money. Anthony is a contributor on MariaShriver.com, a member of the Milken Institute Young Leaders Circle, and a member of the Silicon Beach Surfers. Anthony’s 18 years of diverse roles in finan...

41 MIN2018 OCT 16
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Anthony Glomski

Marty Schultz

On today’s show, Jeff speaks with Marty Schultz, angel investor, and award-winning software innovator and creator. Marty talks about how to know you are ready for investors, how to make sure you have a product that solves a pain that people are willing to pay for, and how to successfully navigate challenges and create growth. Marty Schultz (martyschultz.net) is a mentor-speaker, angel fund investor, award-winning innovator and creator of some of the top category-leading software companies over his expansive career. In 2014, Marty started Blindfold Games, an app development company that builds accessible games for the visually impaired community. The idea for Blindfold Games was conceived serendipitously during an after-school App Design Club he started at his daughter’s middle school. To date, the company has released over 80 games that promote learning through gamification. The games are enjoyed by over 10,000 visually impaired people from 7 to 70 years old, and recently surpasse...

41 MIN2018 OCT 2
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Marty Schultz

Dennis Joyce

On today’s episode, Greg speaks with investor Dennis Joyce about the difference between angel investors and venture capitalists, risk mitigation, and getting comfortable with “the pitch” that will draw in investors and sales. Dennis Joyce is an investor across multiple asset classes including commercial real estate, equities, and various alternative investments. He is an active member of Seattle’s Alliance of Angels and Puget Sound Venture Club and sits on the screening committee of both groups. His angel investments include Ripl, Blokable, Visual Vocal, Bluhaptics, and CityBldr. For more on Dennis Joyce visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dennis-joyce-1501a85 For more on Puget Sound Venture Club visit: https://www.pugetsoundvc.com/ For more on Seattle’s Alliance of Angels visit: https://www.allianceofangels.com

30 MIN2018 SEP 25
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Dennis Joyce

Tony Pompliano

On today’s show, Cliff speaks with Tony Pompliano, President and CEO of ANEXIO, a Raleigh-based desktop to data center, infrastructure-as-a-service company. Tony talks about creating value for your product or service that draws in investors and delivers a successful return and profitable growth for the company. Since 2013, Tony had led ANEXIO to grow more than 1,400 percent as it builds new, mission critical infrastructure for the world’s most innovative organizations. This growth is in large part due to Tony’s expertise in mergers and acquisitions, as he’s led the company to successfully acquire several companies in the past few years. ANEXIO is included on the Inc 500 list of America’s fastest-growing privately held companies, and is transforming the IT industry by building high-performance technology infrastructure to serve the complex computing needs of the world’s most innovative companies. The company provides this mission-critical infrastructure across eight Tier III SO...

27 MIN2018 SEP 18
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Tony Pompliano

Latest Episodes

Eugene Levin

On today's podcast episode, Laura speaks to Eugene Levin, the chief strategy officer of SEMRush, about how Online visibility can save companies in a competitive market. He shares how hard to come up with an example of a business that can have no online presence which is the major challenge to make products / services stand out among the many. Eugene will also talk about how important it is to reinvent advertising to refocus company's customers' attention, and share the new tactics and data between departments to avoid silos. Eugene was one of the first investors to spot SEMrush. After joining the company as a Chief Strategy Officer he helped to quadruple company revenue and raised over $40m from Tier 1 investors. Before SEMrush, Eugene was a partner at Target Global, pan-european venture fund that invests in consumer Internet space. There Eugene was in charge of US pipeline and invested in number of notable companies including Blue Apron, Lyft and Juno. He started his VC career as S...

37 MINMAR 1
Comments
Eugene Levin

Christine Bottagaro

On today's episode, Laura talks to Christine, Chief Marketing Officer of Rogue Wave Software about her experiences from ideation to implementation, across both large and small canvases. She runs marketing like the business it is - getting the most from teams, driving to measurable results and fiscal responsibility. She commands audiences from customers, prospects, analysts, Boards and investors. From start-up to IPO to large public and mid-sized private companies, she built strategies and teams that deliver results. The things that interest her the most just so happen to provide the highest value to the company. Driving innovation, talking to customers, working with sales. Christine Bottagaro leads the marketing organization at Rogue Wave, driving messaging and positioning, go-to-market campaigns, and sales enablement. Christine has 20 years of experience in developing marketing strategies and leading global growth for technology companies. Christine previously held senior marketing...

24 MINJAN 22
Comments
Christine Bottagaro

Mitch Russo

On today's episode, Jeff speaks with Mitch Russo, CEO of Russoplus.com about his two main ingredients that he brings to the table; Experience and Creativity - he will share how he started being an inspiring Rock Band Star on his way up in being an entrepreneur reaching $35MM in sales. Mitch has helped hundreds of coaches build a profitable practice through his MasterClass and through private client relationship. His greatest passion is helping CEOs get extreme leverage by building independent "tribes" of Certified Consultants. This mainly builds loyalty with your best clients and deeply engaging them through a powerful, integrated community which happens to drive massive profits year after year. He also has built powerful tools for his clients to license their IP and deploy their own Certified Consultant program quickly and successfully. Learn more about his program here, https://mitchrusso.com/

55 MINJAN 15
Comments
Mitch Russo

Bill Leake

On today’s episode, Laura speaks with Bill Leake, CEO of Apogee Results. Bill talks about direct response marketing and how pattern recognition can be used to find what business model will have the most impact on optimization. Bill Leake, CEO of Apogee Results, draws on a deep expertise in both business and marketing to help increase revenues for a wide range of clients. He has been involved in driving provable revenues through Internet marketing techniques since the early 1990s when, as part of the management team at Power Computing, he built the first company to sell $1 million of product over the Internet. As founder of Apogee Results, he has guided the company from inception to its current position as the largest search engine marketing company in Texas, one of the 20 largest independents in North America and one of the fastest growing companies on the Inc. 500 / 5000 list. In addition to leading Apogee Results, Bill also serves as the president of the Austin Interactive Market...

29 MIN2018 DEC 11
Comments
Bill Leake

Shaun Buck

On today’s episode, Jeff speaks with Shaun Buck of The Newsletter Pro. Shaun talks about how he started his epreneurial journey as a teen in need of a way to raise a family and how he came to create The Newsletter Pro. He also talks about his experience in scaling and exiting from his entrepreneurial ventures and how to position yourself and view these investments. Shaun Buck has been a successful serial entrepreneur for almost two decades. He currently owns and operates The Newsletter Pro, based out of Boise, Idaho. The Newsletter Pro has only been operating since 2011, but it has rapidly grown into the nation's largest custom newsletter company, mailing millions of newsletters annually. The Newsletter Pro has been recognized for their tremendous growth by Inc. Magazine, making the Inc. 500 list twice and the Inc. 5000 list once. The Newsletter Pro has also been named one of the best places to work in Idaho for the past three years. Shaun was named "Man of the Year" by the Leukemi...

29 MIN2018 DEC 5
Comments
Shaun Buck

Kim Perell

On today’s episode, Jeff speaks with Kim Perell, entrepreneur, tech CEO, best-selling author, and angel investor. Kim talks about the importance of execution when it comes to succeeding as an entrepreneur and attracting investors. She also discusses what she has seen to be the key qualities in companies she has invested in that have successful exits. Kim has made headlines for her transformative story of a startup entrepreneur to a leading tech CEO and prominent angel investor. Laid off from her dream job out of college, Kim started her first company from her kitchen table, going from broke to a multi-millionaire by the time she was 30, and selling her last company for $235 million in 2014. Passionate about supporting other entrepreneurs, Kim is an angel investor in over 70 startups, 14 of which have successfully been acquired. Kim’s first book, The Execution Factor, The One Skill That Drives Success, is a national bestseller, designed to help others achieve success in business an...

29 MIN2018 OCT 24
Comments
Kim Perell

Anthony Glomski

On today’s show, Jeff speaks with Anthony Glomski, principal and founder of AG Asset Advisory, and author of Liquidity and You: A Personal Guide for Tech and Business Entrepreneurs Approaching an Exit. On the show, Anthony discusses important factors to consider as both an entrepreneur building a business, and as an investor. Anthony talks about surrounding yourself with the right people to build your business on secure footing to produce a successful exit, and what questions to ask when considering investing in a startup to maximize your investment. AG Asset Advisory is an SEC-registered investment advisory firm in Los Angeles. Anthony works with a select group of successful tech and business entrepreneurs who are approaching a liquidity event to help them make smart decisions with their money. Anthony is a contributor on MariaShriver.com, a member of the Milken Institute Young Leaders Circle, and a member of the Silicon Beach Surfers. Anthony’s 18 years of diverse roles in finan...

41 MIN2018 OCT 16
Comments
Anthony Glomski

Marty Schultz

On today’s show, Jeff speaks with Marty Schultz, angel investor, and award-winning software innovator and creator. Marty talks about how to know you are ready for investors, how to make sure you have a product that solves a pain that people are willing to pay for, and how to successfully navigate challenges and create growth. Marty Schultz (martyschultz.net) is a mentor-speaker, angel fund investor, award-winning innovator and creator of some of the top category-leading software companies over his expansive career. In 2014, Marty started Blindfold Games, an app development company that builds accessible games for the visually impaired community. The idea for Blindfold Games was conceived serendipitously during an after-school App Design Club he started at his daughter’s middle school. To date, the company has released over 80 games that promote learning through gamification. The games are enjoyed by over 10,000 visually impaired people from 7 to 70 years old, and recently surpasse...

41 MIN2018 OCT 2
Comments
Marty Schultz

Dennis Joyce

On today’s episode, Greg speaks with investor Dennis Joyce about the difference between angel investors and venture capitalists, risk mitigation, and getting comfortable with “the pitch” that will draw in investors and sales. Dennis Joyce is an investor across multiple asset classes including commercial real estate, equities, and various alternative investments. He is an active member of Seattle’s Alliance of Angels and Puget Sound Venture Club and sits on the screening committee of both groups. His angel investments include Ripl, Blokable, Visual Vocal, Bluhaptics, and CityBldr. For more on Dennis Joyce visit: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dennis-joyce-1501a85 For more on Puget Sound Venture Club visit: https://www.pugetsoundvc.com/ For more on Seattle’s Alliance of Angels visit: https://www.allianceofangels.com

30 MIN2018 SEP 25
Comments
Dennis Joyce

Tony Pompliano

On today’s show, Cliff speaks with Tony Pompliano, President and CEO of ANEXIO, a Raleigh-based desktop to data center, infrastructure-as-a-service company. Tony talks about creating value for your product or service that draws in investors and delivers a successful return and profitable growth for the company. Since 2013, Tony had led ANEXIO to grow more than 1,400 percent as it builds new, mission critical infrastructure for the world’s most innovative organizations. This growth is in large part due to Tony’s expertise in mergers and acquisitions, as he’s led the company to successfully acquire several companies in the past few years. ANEXIO is included on the Inc 500 list of America’s fastest-growing privately held companies, and is transforming the IT industry by building high-performance technology infrastructure to serve the complex computing needs of the world’s most innovative companies. The company provides this mission-critical infrastructure across eight Tier III SO...

27 MIN2018 SEP 18
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Tony Pompliano
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