WavePlay President Peter Seidel
Sept. 24, 2012
-- Palo Alto, Calif.--”WavePlay has just produced ‘International Founder Stories: Norway,’ the third in our video series sharing the stories and advice of international founders who have started up or expanded business to the U.S.,” said WavePlay President Peter Seidel. To view “International Founder Stories: Norway,” visit https://vimeo.com/
According to Seidel, this third segment of the series features Jostein Svendsen, CEO of WeVideo. “Jostein shares strategic information about establishing a company in Silicon Valley, gaining awareness of the global competition, and the hows and whys of doing business in Silicon Valley.” According to Seidel, the media partners for this series are Founders Space, Opinno, RocketSpace, FailCon, Startup Monthly, Innovation Norway, Mesh Norway, and U.S. Mac. For additional information on the International Founder Stories series, visit http://waveplayllc.com/international/index.html
. Music for this video series is provided by the Spanish band Smoking Adders from the album “Ten Seconds.”
Seidel said the first segment of the series features the story and advice of Miguel A. Díez Ferreira, Founder & CEO Red Karaoke. “Miguel tells the story of how he expanded his online Karaoke business from Spain to the U.S. and the lessons he learned along the way.” To see the segment featuring Spanish Founder Miguel A. Díez Ferreira, visit https://vimeo.com/46256567
. Seidel said the second segment of the series features Ronald Mannak, Founder and CEO of Yobble and Air Guitar Move. “Ronald shares his story of leaving Holland and couch surfing while starting up a business in Silicon Valley--he provides advice to founders around the globe who plan to do business in the U.S.” To see the segment featuring Dutch founder Ronald Mannak, visit http://vimeo.com/48331643
Seidel said that founders from various countries will be featured in future segments, each with a personal story to tell, along with advice for founders around the globe who plan to do business in the U.S.