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Have you ever wondered how the best startups and Venture Capital funds rapidly innovate to create products that dominate their market? Well in this week's episode of Making Billions, I bring on Shane Zillinskas from the Micro Venture Capital Firm, Clear Summit. Shane will speak on how to implement rapid innovation for successful investments and products.
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[THE GUEST]: Shane Zilinskas is a software engineer turned entrepreneur. In the early years of his career, he acquired a wide range of experience by working for companies in the media, health, fintech, and aviation industries. He used these experiences to conceptualize, build and sell his SaaS and mobile technology companies.
In 2014, Shane co-founded ClearSummit, a product-first development, and design agency. Over the last 8 years, his team has built products that serve millions of active users, won several awards for app quality, and supported companies raising $200m+ in funding.
[THE HOST]: Ryan is a Venture Capital & Angel investor in technology and energy. He achieved placement growth of 5200% ROI in his first 5 years in the industry. His Podcast, “Making Billions”, was recently ranked in the top 20 Venture Capital Podcasts on the Planet! Previously he served as a Chief Financial Officer for a National, award-winning InsurTech company, which he grew 50% year-over-year. Managed and mentored 250 professionals while serving in this role. Additionally, he has mentored over 500 emerging fund managers to start and scale their investment funds, totaling nearly $1B in funds raised to date. In addition to mentoring emerging fund managers, Ryan has managed a $250M portfolio of technology investments & start-ups. He has a BSc. in Finance and a Master of Financial Management and he is currently the Founder & Managing Director at Pentium Capital Partners specializing in Financial Consu
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