Starting an international startup from South Africa isn't the simplest thing. Geographically you're cut off, the funding environment is harder, and your time zone doesn't work great with the US. Yet Bradley Elliott has started four companies from South Africa. Today Shira Abel talks to Bradley about the companies he's started, how he grew them, and how he plans on expanding to the US.
About Bradley Elliott
Bradley Elliott is the Founder & CEO of Continuon, the personalized marketing & social intelligence platform. He has strong skills in Digital Strategy, Operations Management, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), Product Development and Management. Has founded 3 startups and a founding partner in 1 startup. Only 1 has failed.
About Shira Abel
Shira Abel is the CEO and Lead Strategist at Hunter & Bard (http://www.hunterandbard.com), an inbound marketing and branding agency. Clients include: Totango, Cyara, Sarine Technologies, Pushbullet, AXA Tech, CloudEndure, AppsGeyser, Pitango VC, Chipolo, Allianz, and more. Creator and host of the SaaS Insider podcast. Creator of the Behavior Engineering Canvas. Mentor at 500 Startups. Former professor of Marketing for Startups at Tel Aviv-Jaffa Academic College. MBA from Kellogg School of Management. Loves family time, cooking, and travelling. Hates writing about herself in the third person. She lives in Silicon Valley with her husband, teen and tween sons and a very large Great Pyrenees.
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