Justas JanauskasCEO @ Qoorio, Co-Founder @ Vinted, Angel InvestorSome time ago
Good morning, dear qooriors! Growing, learning and self-development start with curiosity. Curiosity begins with the right questions. Answers come easier when those questions are asked the right people. 1. If you could ask anyone in this community any question on their experience, who would it be, and what would you ask? Please leave it in the comments below. 2. If you could ask me anything, what your question will be? Happy to share my knowledge on founders’ live, fundraising, building companies, unicorns, and more (see my profile). Please ask in comments, I will try to answer (publicly).

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Antanas BernatonisFirst Human IPO in the Baltics
, thanks for the insight! As for the first question, I would like to address on how to engage with the audience in personal branding. Gentle pooping on everyone around suppose to make people angry, yet somehow Liudvikas posts are so engaging that one can't resist to support him and drop the comment 😄 As for you I would love to ask if you could come back in your 20s, what would you do on everyday basis? Where would you invest your time and what would be the main advice you could give to yourself?
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Miglė AndrulionytėHead of Research @Tele2 // Consumers, Trends & Marketing
wow, that’s a great initiative! >> Justinai, it’s been some time I wanted to ask you about Qoorio. So you had the idea (I believe you must have them all the time), something made you take this one further. Without resources, where or how would you begin? >> And I would ask ANYONE about guided psilocybin trip experience 🍄
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Antanas BernatonisFirst Human IPO in the Baltics
, that's a good one!
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Atėnė Strazdas DrozdaitėInterior designer/Survivor/Thinker/Forever learning/ Enthusiast
Thank you! I join , with the same question 💡 Where to find those resources to have your ideas funded? Especially, when you're a complete beginner 😅However, joining Qoorio community was already a great step No1, then, booking a talk with one of investors - No2. No3- joining communities on social media, as advised by ( which I am so grateful for!) What's next?😁
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Thomas DesimpelAngel Investor, Polyglot, Real Estate Investor
Hi besides angel investing (we will talk about that privately, thx for the invitation), have you also taught about alternatives e.g joining an accelerator? You have excellent ones in your region: for instance https://startupwiseguys.com/about/, besides money they have also great advice/network/coaching...the so called smart money (that business angels offer as well)
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Thomas DesimpelAngel Investor, Polyglot, Real Estate Investor
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Atėnė Strazdas DrozdaitėInterior designer/Survivor/Thinker/Forever learning/ Enthusiast
Thank you! I will certainly look into the information you provided!
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Thomas DesimpelAngel Investor, Polyglot, Real Estate Investor
Hi, 1. : scroll to the insight above as posted by : as an angel investor trying to keep my knowledge up to date I was just reading your company post: https://www.mangrove.vc/voice-tech-report-2019. Very interesting to see how voice can/could/will remove a lot of friction between users and diminish/eliminates typing (what I am doing right now🥴). So my question do you think it's a good idea if Qoorio could implement in the future some voice technology into the app? Would that be easily possible or is that just to soon? 2. what's your opinion about voice: technology of the future? Would that remove friction give more trust to the users of Qoorio or should video posts (for instance) given more priority ?
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Justas JanauskasCEO @ Qoorio, Co-Founder @ Vinted, Angel Investor
, definetely voice tech can remove a lot of friction in many cases when people cannot look at the screen or type (tranzit, gym, etc), and has a big potential for Qoorio as well. On the other hand, not today, as before optimizing interactions we need to figure out the best fundamentals for value add interactions.
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Andris BerzinsVC seed stage investor in Baltic startups, former startup founder, startup activist, father of four.
that is a great podcast link, thanks!
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