The tech.mn Podcast

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On Episode 4, Kevin and Jac welcome Atif Siddiqi, Founder and CEO of Branch, to talk about moving and growing a company in Minnesota, their expansion into fintech, the impact of COVID-19 on the shift workforce, and winning a webby. 

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Show Notes

On Episode 48, Kevin and Jac welcome Atif Siddiqi, Founder and CEO of Branch, to talk about moving and growing a company in Minnesota, their expansion into fintech, the impact of COVID-19 on the shift workforce, and winning a webby

 

This Episode is powered by Fredrikson & Byron

Fredrikson & Byron has built a reputation as the firm “where law and business meet” by bringing business acumen and entrepreneurial thinking to our work with clients and by operating as business advisors and strategic partners as well as legal counselors.

 

The Fredrikson & Byron SURGE group works specifically with startups and growing companies in technology, healthcare and life sciences, energy, consumer goods, and social entrepreneurs. 

 

To learn more about how the SURGE team can help your company reach its business goals, contact SURGElaw@fredlaw.com and visit fredlaw.com.

 

Hype TimeEvery episode we ask our guest to name drop someone doing cool things in the tech community. Atif gives a shout out to Brett Brohl from Bread and Butter Ventures.

Socials

tech.mn on TwitterKevin McArdle on TwitterJac Stark on TwitterBranch on TwitterAtif Siddiqi on Twitter

Links

Branch’s websiteThe Branch Covid-19 and the Hourly Workforce Reporttech.mn CTO Spotlight with Branch CTO, Mitch Coopet

What is The tech.mn Podcast?

This is a podcast for tech in Minnesota. Kevin McArdle and Jac Stark set out to tell the stories of the individuals that make up the Minnesota Tech Community.