In 2018, I moved my late-stage, formerly Madrid-based startup to Boulder, Colorado – a new city, country and market over 5,000 miles away. The move was bold – the best business moves usually are – and afforded my growing startup increased visibility, interest and funding, plus a new standing in an optimal market for our technology. This journey into the U.S. market has taught me valuable lessons to keep in mind when leading a budding startup and planning the next steps for scaling to a global audience …
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About the author
Pablo is co-founder & CEO of Teltoo, whose software-only decentralized video delivery technology helps live-streaming providers to improve quality and optimize delivery costs. He has over a decade of experience in sales, business development, marketing, and consulting with companies including Hewlett Packard, Capgemini, and Novartis. He also has an MBA from EADA Business School in Barcelona. He has become deeply involved in the Colorado tech scene, having moved his business from his hometown of Madrid, Spain to Denver after graduating from the UpRamp Fiterator, an accelerator for later-stage startups.