Wicked Sheets with Alli Truttmann

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In this episode, I chat with Alli Truttmann, founder and CEO of Wicked Sheets. You can learn more about Wicked Sheets here: https://wickedsheets.com/

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I’ve always seen competitors as a way to measure your landscape and market size. […] We have four competitors in our space. We all charge the same thing. The fabric is made the same way. […] Our competitive advantage is being certified by the asthma allergy friendly organization.
— Alli Truttmann

getSayDo with Lawrence McGlown

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In this episode, we chat with co-founder Lawrence McGlown from getSayDo. You can learn more about getSayDo here: https://getsaydo.com/

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Our perspective is that, since most startups fail within two years, we’re going to fund getSayDo for two years. And then if at the end of those two years the market isn’t willing to assume that ongoing investment, then we should close up shop. The good news is that we’re in year five.
— Lawrence McGlown

Luke Jacobs with Encamp

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In this episode, we chat with Luke Jacobs cofounder and CEO of Encamp. You can learn more about encamp here: https://www.encamphq.com/

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If we get enough market share, then we can start saying we already have enough critical mass to just convert this into the way that everyone should report it. Then there’s a consistent data standard and we can work with the regulators to say ‘Do you have any additional things that you want captured?’
— Luke Jacobs