138 - Albert Gajsak: Building an AI-powered Batmobile Hardware Product with Warner Bros, Educating Kids about Technology through Electronic Devices, Covid impact on Supply Chains

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We have Albert Gajsak as a guest on the podcast today. Albert is a young founder who combines hardware and software with a team of 20 to develop electronic devices. Essentially with the purpose of teaching kids more about technology.

Since its launch in 2017, Circuitmess has sold over 50,000 products to over 30000 customers - all over the world. Currently, they are working with Warner Bros on a special launch of a Batmobile toy, called CircuitMess Batmobile™. The product raised over $100,000 on Kickstarter in just a few hours.

Their products give kids the opportunity to learn about Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) in a fun way.

Together, Mike, Max, and Albert talked about the following topics:

  • about CircuitMess' early beginnings and its passion for combining software and hardware.
  • the joint project to develop a hardware product with Warner Bros and what it was like for him to work with a big corporate as a small startup
  • Current challenges in the supply chain by Corona
  • His first steps in VC fundraising

We look forward to hearing from you. Feel free to get in touch with us on any channel.

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