Joseph Einhorn, Loot
Joseph Einhorn is no stranger to entrepreneurialism. With almost 25 years of startup experience under his belt, Einhorn knows the ins and the outs of the game.
In this interview with Nathan Chan, Einhorn discusses his incredible journey from becoming a self-taught engineer for Capital IQ, launching and selling the global ecommerce phenomenon Fancy.com, and how his life-long love for comic books evolved into founding Loot.
With a penchant for satiating curiosity and deep respect for creators the world over, Einhorn will leave you inspired to chase your dream and to never give up.
- How Einhorn always knew he would be an entrepreneur and his first job at 13
- His journey as a self-taught engineer for Capital IQ during the early days of the internet
- Why he wants to diversify family entertainment away from screens and launching Loot
- Why you need to consider the end-user, and how Einhorn created a disruptive product
- The differentiator between a regular and a successful startup
- Einhorn’s assessment of successful emerging games such as Fortnite, and what that means for game-changing talent
- Why every project he’s worked on has been to satisfy curiosity
- Why we are in a creators industry, and how to navigate it
- Einhorn’s number one advice for budding entrepreneurs
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