The newest episode of The Innovations @ Research Park podcast features Paul Miller, an EnterpriseWorks Entrepreneur-in-Residence, and Co-Founder of Agrible, a company that provides real-time agronomic information and sustainable solutions through long-term, scalable sustainability programs for growers, ag-retailers, and consumer packaged goods companies to take action.
Miller, who started his career as a software engineer, has since founded numerous companies. He has found success in the technology industry, first with his startup, Motivote, and then with Flats or Spikes.
In the podcast, Miller discussed the importance of having a team of diverse people from different backgrounds and perspectives. He also spoke about the need to be resilient and take risks to achieve success.
“I’m a huge believer in taking risks and learning from failure,” said Miller. “If something doesn’t work, you have to find a different way to get the job done. Don’t be afraid to take risks and think outside the box.”
Miller also emphasized the need to listen to customers and understand their needs. He explained that customer feedback can provide valuable insights into how to improve products and services.
“It’s important to really listen to your customers and understand their needs,” said Miller. “You have to take their feedback into account and use it to make your products and services better. That’s how you create a better product that people want to use.”
Miller’s podcast is the latest in a series of podcasts from Innovations at Research Park, which seeks to highlight the success stories of entrepreneurs and innovators in the research park and beyond.
To listen to more of the conversation that Tanmay Shaw had with Paul Miller about his journey as a serial entrepreneur and learn more details about his company, tune in to the latest edition of the Innovations @ Research Park Podcast.
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