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Marketing Podcast with Brett Martin

In this episode of the Duct Tape Marketing Podcast, I interview Brett Martin. Brett is Co-founder of Kumospace, a virtual headquarters for remote teams, and Charge Ventures, a pre/seed VC based in Brooklyn, NY. He also serves as an adjunct professor at Columbia Business School, where he teaches data analytics.

I ask Brett Martin:

  • [1:34] What is Kumospace?
  • [2:37] Which one would you say is a baby of the Kumospace epidemic or is it coming anyway?
  • [3:50] Does it completely replace Zoom or is it a supplement?
  • [4:32] What are the clear and present benefits of adding it to the work environment?
  • [6:41] Describe an example of what a typical Kumospace looks like.
  • [11:52] Do you find in these settings that it improves communication?
  • [15:34] Are you seeing any amazing users?
  • [14:21] What are some of the other toys you’ve made?
  • [17:34] I’m guessing one of the things that is a visual or design decision is the way the graphics are displayed – is it a technology choice or a design choice?
  • [18:51] Do you get pushback from people who work from home who think it’s just another way for employers to keep tabs on their employees?
  • [21:41] What does the roadmap look like for Kumospace?
  • [23:42] Where can people connect with you?

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