Lisa Besserman is a revolutionary in the startup space. Not content with promoting startups in the ease and resources of Silicon Valley or NY, Lisa helped create the startup ecosystem in Buenos Aires, Argentina developing critical linkages with corporates and the government to catapult startup to their success. On this first episode of Innovation Storytellers, we dive into the stories behind Indeed.com’s meteoric success and the startup revolution she’s created inside the company.
My biggest takeaway from this incredible conversation was, “Fall in love with your customer’s problem, not your innovation, and you’ll never stop innovating.”
Don’t miss this incredible, inaugural episode!
Lisa Besserman, Founder of Startup Buenos Aires accelerator, has been named as Business Insider’s “Top 100 Most Influential Women in Tech”, and the “Business Innovator of Latin America” by the Council of the Americas. She has also been credited as “The Woman Behind Argentina’s Startup Revolution”.
Lisa is a Google Mentor and has been a judge for dozens of startup competitions around the world. She was recognized as a successful entrepreneur in Forbes magazine and an International spotlight entrepreneur from the U.S Department of State. Lisa has been featured in prominent publications such as Bloomberg TV, CNBC, Entrepreneur Magazine, TechCrunch, and Fortune as a startup expert.
Currently, Lisa serves as the Head Of Program for Indeed’s global corporate Incubator in Austin, Texas. Fusing her background in startups and corporates, she is recognized as a leader in the innovation space.