Anzu.io: A Startup That Brings Real-World Ads To In-Game Experience – with Itamar Benedy [Ep#18]

Do you think games and businesses are part of two separate worlds? Do you consider every ad boring and invasive? It’s time to update your brain.

In our 18th episode, you’ll know the story of Anzu.io, a startup that connects game studios to advertisers, by providing them a platform to include real-world ads in any game object.

But, how did Anzu’s founders go from an idea to the traction stage? What kind of challenges did they face in the way? How did they overcome it? Our guest, Itamar Benedy, co-founder of Anzu, answers these and other questions in the 18th episode.

Let’s go!

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Redox: A Platform For Healthcare Vendors And Providers To Integrate Their Data – with Niko Skievaski [Ep#15]

How exciting it is to think about all the solutions being developed for the healthcare industry! The use of technology for measuring patients’ health, setting appointments, setting medication and improving patient’s overall experience are just a few examples of that.

However, to make all these improvements come true, healthcare vendors (technology developers) and healthcare providers have to overcome one significant barrier: to integrate their systems so patient data may be securely accessed and processed by these new applications.

Redox is a startup from United States that is focusing exactly on facilitating this integration, through a platform that serves as an effective interface, providing accurate data transfer between different systems in an easier and faster way.

In this 15th episode, Niko Skievaski told me about the development of Redox and how it evolved from just an idea into a platform that connects more than 450 health systems

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Bookme: A Pakistani E-ticketing Platform And Its Traction Story – with Faizan Aslam [Ep#13]

In 2013, Faizan took his wife to the movies in a distant city, once the city they lived in didn’t have a cinema. However, when they got there, there were no available seats left, which made them got back home frustrated.

With a background in technology, Faizan had an idea: to build a platform in which people could buy their tickets online, so things like what he and his wife went through didn’t happen again.

That’s the moment Faizan started developing Bookme, which today provides tickets for the Cinemas, buses and events.

Want to know how Faizan got from that idea to the traction stage? Don’t miss the 13th episode of The Traction Stage podcast!


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Airspace: Traction Of A Platform For Time-Critical Deliveries – with Nicholas Bulcao [Ep#9]

Waiting for something to be delivered makes you anxious. Right? Well, there are some businesses that get more than just anxious by late deliveries.

An airline company that is waiting for a part to one of its planes may lose up to U$ 150,000 per hour if its aircraft stays on the ground. A patient who waits for an organ to be delivered in the hospital, might have her chances of surviving reduced the more she has to wait.

Well, solving this kind of critical shipping problems is exactly the focus of Airspace Technologies. 

In this episode, Nick Bulcao, co-founder of Airspace, tells us about the very beginning of Airspace’s journey and how he and his co-founder were able to generate traction for the company. 

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