Venture Voice Interview

If you’re not sick and tired of reading my ramblings, here is your chance to listen to them 🙂

You can download the mp3 of the interview or read a brief summary.

  1. loris

    Man, I’ve listened to the interview friday evening …. it’s saturday and I keep coming back to your site hoping to find something more about your story, to learn how you managed to build successful companies in businesses that were dominated already by big brands.
    You seemed pretty open in the interview, so I’m asking you, are you planning to share more insights?

    I’m your age and I moved in Silicon Valley from Italy in 99 to work as programmer in a network company called Cisco Systems (you should know the name at least 😉 ….as you, I saw how the cell phone market was still in its infant age, compare to italy, but I never thought was possible to make money selling ring tones 😉

    Anyway, the Silicon Valley entrepreneurial fever has grown in me, and for quite sometime I’ve been thinking to start something part-time, maybe with some friends in italy, and take advantage of what you call “International Idea Arbitrage”.
    That’s why I would like to learn as much as possible from your experiences, so please share everything you think you can share without compromise your future plans.

    December 10th, 2005 | 5:47 pm

  2. I concur with Loris. I found your story to be both exciting and inspirational. I look forward to hopefully reading more about you.

    December 12th, 2005 | 1:31 pm

  3. Anuj

    Fabrice, I really enjoyed listening to your interview too. Your story is inspiring. I wish you all the best and look forward to following your blog in the future. Hope you got my email at fabrice@grinda.org
    Cheers!

    December 14th, 2005 | 8:14 am

  4. […] The last time I was interviewed by Greg at Venture Voice was on my last day at Zingy. I shared the wild ride I had been on at Aucland and Zingy and pontificated on entrepreneurship. You can find that interview at: http://www.fabricegrinda.com/?p=23 […]

    April 27th, 2009 | 8:14 pm