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Present in 200 cities, Startup Grind is a Google powered million-strong community of entrepreneurs. It got there by organizing intimate, local events with a hundred attendees, one speaker, and a single host. Each event is an hour-long conversation. One that offers hands-on insight, personal stories, and a chance to ask questions from folks who have failed, and made it.
On the 24th of April at 6:oo pm at Lift99, Tallinn will host its first Startup Grind to hear the story of Mike Reiner. After leaving IBM, he has co-founded Startup Wise Guys, the main B2B accelerator in the region. There, he heard and lived through the stories of around a hundred founders. He continued his work with founders at the venture arm of Amazon. Currently, he is an active board member at Scoro – one of the most comprehensive work management tools out there. Mike is also working with the team of City.ai – a community of over twenty cities that share discoveries in applied AI.
To bring out the ups and downs in Mike's stories, we brought in Gleb Maltsev of Fundwise as our host. He who knows a thing or two about founder stories, and how to tell them. He will make sure that founders in the room get to ask real, burning questions. Everything from getting into an accelerator, to practical applications of AI, or getting your first customers.
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Mike is the co-founder of the artificial intelligence community city.ai and chairman at Scoro.
Mike was also the co-founder and MD of the B2B Accelerator Startup Wise Guys.
He previously covered venture capital biz dev for Amazon Web Services in EMEA and founded CCC Startups and Startup AddVenture, a global entrepreneurship network that produced events in 7 different countries reaching thousands of entrepreneurs.
He has worked with many startups around the globe and is a mentor at various incubators/accelerators such as Techstars.