If you are a legal tech company founder attending Clio’s ClioCon in Nashville and want some visibility for your company and its cause, please let me know.
I’ll interview you and broadcast the video across the LexBlog network and my and LexBlog’s social media.
Even more than the product itself, I love hearing the stories of company founders and entrepreneurs.
People who, while working full-time, start a company on nights and weekends, quit their jobs, figure out how to get health insurance, ride an emotional rollercoaster, and have an uncanny belief that what only they can see is going work are a unique cast off characters.
Heck, starting two companies – both which would be looked as legal tech, today – I get it.
Years ago, on a hunch, I took my iPhone, a mic and a tripod to a legal tech conference. When I got a little bored, I asked, on Twitter, if any legal tech company founders wanted to be interviewed.
It was great. I interviewed half a dozen or so company founders in short video recorded interviews that LexBlog ran on our network site, on YouTube, LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.
Some companies ran the interviews as part of their future marketing efforts.
I’ve done countless interviews (lots of people with great stories) since. It’ll be nice to back at ClioCon doing interviews there after three years.
So legal tech company founder, you’ll be at ClioCon and you’d like a little coverage, look me up. My email and cell are both in my LinkedIn profile.
See you in Nashville.