Entrepreneurship in emerging technologies with Vaibhav Namburi – Episode 14 – Cut the Cliches

Straight off the back of last week’s bonus episode, we’re turning now to emerging technologies. Think artificial intelligence, mixed reality, augmented workforces and other new shiny buzzwords in marketing and business. We get the insights directly from the source this week as I sit down with one of Australia’s brightest entrepreneurs, Vaibhav Namburi, or V as he’s more commonly known.

Disclaimer at this point is that V and I have worked together for a couple of years as we mention in the show.

I genuinely believe that he’s one of the country’s best and he’s active on social channels. So after you’ve heard the show, check out some of his videos on LinkedIn. He’s an engineer by trade who’s now solving business problems using technology for some of the world’s biggest companies.

He’s already built a blockchain solution for the United Nations, mobile apps for the likes of William Hill and News Corp along with PwC.

Not only that but he’s built his own product in the form of automated recruitment platform Laddr, a company built by devs for the hiring of devs. An automated and anonymised recruitment tool which allows engineers to portfolio their work and save time without the need to do multiple tech tests. Disrupting recruitment by reducing the shortlisting process for candidates down to a few clicks.

Vaibhav Namburi - Five2One founder - Emerging tech - Commswork best B2B tech PR agency Sydney Melbourne Brisbane

We delve into some of his insights as a founder and marketer of his own brand:

– We discuss how he got into the industry
– How to differentiate yourself in business
– Marketing methods he’s used in his business
– How to harness social media
– What’s next in emerging technology in the 12 months
– Ethics in AI
– Challenges he faced with building his businesses
– Branding
– Problem solving in growth marketing
– The biggest lessons he’s learned
– Why he focuses on marketing
– The importance of simplicity, messaging and trust in business
– Cliches

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