Will you be attending ILTACON in D.C. next week? Are you running a legal tech startup company that you founded? I’d like to interview you as part of LexBlog’s coverage of ILTACON.
More than technology, new funding, customers and products, the interesting stuff (for me) about a legal tech company is the story of how the company got started and, assuming it’s been going for a while, how it’s survived where others have failed.
ILTACON, held annually by the International Legal Technology Association, is one of the leading legal tech conferences. Traditionally, the focus is large law, in-house law and the technology companies serving such organizations.
This year, ILTA is looking to foster innovation for the Legal IT community by shining a light on legal tech startups and emerging growth companies. One way it’s doing so is a Startup Hub where eight of the over twenty five companies who applied will be exhibiting and doing education sessions.
Taking things a step further, LexBlog would like to shine a light on legal tech startups and emerging growth companies – and their founders.
We’ll do it by Facebook Live interviews which will also be posted to YouTube and transcribed and posted, with the accompanying video, on LexBlog. The videos will be also shared on other social media.
Nothing to prepare for. Five to ten minute interview to get the gist of your story.
- Who started the company?
- Why? What was the problem you saw that you solved?
- How did you fund the start? Did you bootstrap?
- How long after the start did it take to have customers?
- When do you think you had it made — ar at least thought you would make it?
- What was the low point?
- What’s been most rewarding about founding a company?
- What would you tell other potential legaltech founders?
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See you at ILTACON.