Matt Mireles

 

Matt Mireles is an American technology entrepreneur, investor & champion of the righteous underdog. Matt runs a stealth AI company and is the founder of Guerrilla Capital, Dishcraft Robotics & SpeakerText (acquired). He is a retired New York City paramedic and an investor in 24 startups, including C16 BioUnboundQuit Genius & Patchd Medical

 

Latest Writings

Pro Tips for Coronavirus Safety

This was posted on FB by Ran Ma, founder/CEO of Siren Care. Her parents are doctors at the first hospital in Wuhan to treat Coronavirus patients.  I hope by now everyone has caught up on the news about the Coronavirus. My parents are doctors in Wuhan in...

Now is the Time to be Afraid

You probably saw the Sequioa memo. Today, I want to give you a more urgent message: BE VERY AFRAID. Your current level of alarm is not high enough.

Truth Decay

The truth is the first thing to go When you go from being powerless To powerful Even the small shift from being 3 guys/gals in a garage To a funded company with 10 employees You are a despot who controls their destiny The CEO...

Buggeroaf Interview: “It’s Harder Than You Think”

This interview appeared in Bugger Oaf's substack on January 7, 2020 Greetings! Happy New Year 2020!! For our 2nd “Interview by Email” we had the privilege of meeting @lpolovets who is an Operator and Investor. For our 3rd “Interview by Email” We are...

Abundance mindset

You don't need money or a rich family to become an entrepreneur. Taking the leap to start a company requires, more than anything, confidence & self-belief. Money does not automatically endow its holder with self-confidence. But poverty, even after it’s gone,...

Anatomy of a (Good) Investor Update

Now that I'm an investor, I am on the receiving end of a lot of investor update emails from startups. Some are clear, consistent and excellent. Some are confusing, some are sporadic, many are bad. As an investor, the quality of a startup's communications...

The Challenge of Rolling Solo

Being a solo founder is hard. It's almost trite to say, but I'm in it and it's real. I'm not sure if it's just the fact that I'm a solo founder or the solo person employee. Even though I've started 3 companies before and had my fair share of success and failure, I'm...

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