CEE • TECHNOLOGY
MARCH 14, 2020
In this episode, we meet Ann, founder and CEO of DataCue, who not only launched her own company but did it with her husband as her co-founder whilst travelling across Central and South America for their honeymoon! I hear you… is she crazy ; )
Successfully securing investment from Startup Chile, despite being foreign nationals (learn how they did it as you listen) Ann and her husband Sharam, a former data scientist at Trip Advisor set about creating a solution that would give small and medium-sized businesses access to big data solutions normally available only to the Amazons of the world.
Discover how they managed to work together 24-hours a day with a young baby along for the ride too, how they overcame some big assumptions they made about doing business in the LATAM region and how they overcame a potentially disastrous situation.
With many more valuable insights about startup life across 3 continents – DataCue now has a presence in Chile and the LATAM region, Europe and Asia.
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