Andrew Amann, the CEO of NineTwoThree Venture Studio, a two-time Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company joins Enterprise Radio. Andrew and his team have created over 50 products and 14 startups and are the leading mobile dev agency in Boston.
- You have the unique experience of building startups over the course of various economic climates. As we approach what could be a recession in the coming months, what is your advice to entrepreneurs on the best way to grow a tech startup in this economic environment?
- Could you explain how Digital Venture Studios operate, and how your own team operates with this model?
- For entrepreneurs who want to follow this path, could you share why it’s key to find a market niche that matches their company’s vision and talent?
- What type of software development methodology do you recommend? And how should engineers develop a model that also fosters learning?
- What advice do you have on building teams and procedures that support this approach to building tech startups?
- All companies are supposedly focused on growth, but what is your advice to entrepreneurs on how to foster growth as their startup emerges?
- Versus pursuing a traditional path of perhaps venture capital, what is your number one tip for entrepreneurs on pursuing a Digital Venture Studio model instead?
Andrew Amann is the CEO and co-founder of NineTwoThree Venture Studio, a two-time Inc. 5000 Fastest Growing Company in the United States, and the leading mobile app development agency in Boston as ranked by Clutch.co. Since co-founding NineTwoThree Venture Studio in 2012, Andrew has helped launch 50 apps for funded startups and tech brands and launched 14 startups internally-funded startups. He is an expert in understanding how products are built and assists clients in conceptualizing, designing and launching revenue producing applications while teaching best practices in business-building.
Amann is an experienced intrapreneur and entrepreneur. He is responsible for three patents for supply chain processes while he worked as a nuclear submarine engineer. He has successfully launched fourteen startups, including the digital business card solution, Inigo App, acquired by Royaltie, which is now the fourth fastest growing company in Canada.
Amann excels at bootstrapping startups without the involvement of venture capital and tweets about how to build and maintain profitable companies.
Amann graduated from the University of Connecticut with a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and took his MBA classes in the University of Strathclyde.
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