The Power of Presentation: A Partnership Driving Visual and Video Engagement
Aidan Fitzpatrick, the CEO and Founder of Reincubate Camo, the app that turns your smartphone into a powerful webcam and Nick Mattingly, a livestream and social media expert and CEO & co-founder of Switcher Studio joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guests Aidan Fitzpatrick & Nick Mattingly discuss the following:
- First of all, explain the partnership. Aidan, what does Reincubate Camo do – and what is the role of this technology in this partnership?
- Nick, can you explain Switcher Studio and what your technology brings to the marketplace and the Reincubate community?
- How does this partnership empower productivity in the workplace?
- Streaming video, it appears to me, is uniquely designed to empower influencers. Is this true and how does this partnership deliver more value to the influencer world?
- What are some examples of how small businesses/entrepreneurs are using this partnered technology?
About Nick Mattingly, CEO Switcher Studio
Nick is a livestreaming and social video expert and leads the Switcher Studio team as CEO and co-founder. Since 2014, he has led the company to partnerships with Facebook Live, LinkedIn, Microsoft Stream, and beyond and has garnered features in TechCrunch, USA Today, Inc. Magazine, and BBC. Nick is also a member of the highly competitive Endeavor Entrepreneur network.
About Aidan Fitzpatrick, CEO and Founder of Reincubate
Aidan founded Reincubate in 2008 after building the world’s first iPhone data recovery tool, iPhone Backup Extractor. He’s led Reincubate to win the UK’s highest business honor twice, has spoken at Google on entrepreneurship, and is a graduate of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization’s Leadership Academy. His research has been cited in over 20 scholarly research works, He has served as CTO at Artspages, supplying Apple with music for the iTunes Store, and ultimately building the largest SAN in Norway at the time. In his work as European Development Manager at CNET, Fitzpatrick led technical teams across Europe (London, Munich, Paris) and key projects including unification of EU publishing systems. He served as CTO at Wiggle through to its $230m breakout exit.
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