And attempting to persuade TechCrunch’s Kate Clark why Philz is best than Starbucks
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That is your Life in Silicon Valley was initially began by Sunil Rajaraman and Jascha Kaykas-Wolff in 2018. Rajaraman is a serial entrepreneur and author (Co-Based Scripted.com, and is presently an EIR at Basis Capital), Kaykas-Wolff is the present CMO at Mozilla and ran advertising at BitTorrent. Rajaraman and Kaykas-Wolff began the podcast after a collection of weblog posts that Sunil wrote for The Daring Italic went viral. The purpose of the podcast is to cowl points on the intersection of expertise and tradition – sharing a unique perspective of life within the Bay Space. Their friends embody entrepreneurs like Sam Lessin, journalists like Kara Swisher and politicians like Mayor Libby Schaaf and native enterprise homeowners like David White of Flour + Water.
This week’s version of That is Your Life in Silicon Valley options Jacob Jaber, the CEO of Philz Espresso. Throughout this episode, we attempt to persuade TechCrunch’s Kate Clark why Philz Espresso is a greater possibility than Starbucks. Jacob additionally talks concerning the tech group, his enterprise targets, and whether or not he’d ever think about leaving San Francisco.
You don’t need to miss this week’s version of TIYLISV, which is extraordinarily vigorous and will change your coffee-drinking habits.
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Sunil Rajaraman: Welcome to season three of “That is Your Life in Silicon Valley” a podcast concerning the Bay Space, expertise, and tradition. I’m your host, Sunil Rajaraman, and I’m joined by my cohost, Jascha Kaykas-Wolff.
Jascha Kaykas-Wolff: I at all times marvel if issues that occur on Twitter are literally actual or not. Like is it simply all made up stuff, or do individuals truly work together with one another after which see one another in the true world.