League of Entrepreneurs: Ask Me Anything Session with Tech Entrepreneur Colin Gray, The Podcast Host

Want to ask one of the world's leading Podcast Entrepreneurs a question?

During this LIVE online Ask Me Anything event you will have the opportunity to ask Colin Gray, Founder at The Podcast Host your startup/podcasting questions, or you can simply observe the community’s questions and answers.

Colin Gray is a podcaster, speaker and founder, and is a PhD in digital education. He and his team at The Podcast Host run a network of podcasts on everything from mountain biking to space exploration, and they teach how it’s done to over 9,000 Podcasters via their content at ThePodcastHost.com and the Academy within.

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How AMA's work
- All AMA’s are done by Text based conversations on Slack (very similar to Reddit)

- Guests will receive questions before and during the live AMA

- The guest can choose to answer which questions he/she wants to

Moderators can use their discretion to remove posts they think need to be innapropriate (advertising, or otherwise posts that we feel may deteriorate the

Some awesomeness
Here's a taster from our last one with Kevin Hartz, CoFounder of Eventbrite and Partner at Founders Fund:

"Hi Kevin. what tips would you suggest for a founder with no sales experience to landing the first 5 saas clients?

Kevin Hartz - great question. Given this is your business and you are obsessing over the product, you are in the best position to sell it.

I always have considered myself a terrible salesperson so i have always had to build a great product for the market.

Founders that obsess over their business will have a 6 sense to know what their first customers will really want.

You also aren't really selling but learning what they really need and buiding it in conjunction with them so it is really partnering with your first handful of customers

I still very fondly remember the bonds with my first eventbrite customers to this date..."

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The League of Entrepreneurs (LoE) is a virtual, global network of technology entrepreneurs that shares and communicates on the Slack platform. We believe in data, metrics, lean methodologies, and scientific, disciplined approach to building new global technology ventures rapidly. Amongst other offerings, we host monthly "Ask Me Anything" sessions with Silicon Valley entrepreneurs and venture capitalists on our Slack channel. We also are building local chapters for face-to-face intervention. Our local chapter in Edinburgh was born from CofoundersLab Scotland, founded and organized by Michael Clouser and James Schoemark. We continue same themes as envisioned by CoFoundersLab for its once-international network of local chapters, including creating a positive, motivating environment where entrepreneurs can find cofounders, in the midst of interactive meetings where entrepreneurs are encouraged to "get up and pitch" and tell us about what they are looking for not only in terms of cofounders, but also in terms of mentors, advisors, investors, and interns. We used a combination of straight presentations and Fireside Chats to engage with our guest entrepreneurs, which have included Rob Jones (formerly of Fanduel), Mike Ramsay (founder of Tivo and Silicon Valley venture capitalist with NEA), and local serial and social impact entrepreneur, Daniel Winterstein. We hold monthly meetings in Edinburgh, and are strong supporters of Global Entrepreneurship Week (GEW), hosting and supporting numerous events in Edinburgh and Glasgow during the month of November. We also throw the annual Startups Christmas party for startup professionals, friends and family in Edinburgh, and invite those from all over Scotland to attend. We are currently growing our global network virtually, as well as seeking partners for local chapters around the world.