Davis Jones is a serial entrepreneur and investor with 18 years of experience in software development, e-learning, contract recruiting, and e-commerce. He is the founder of several businesses, including Eazl, an online business school creating coursework used by firms like Tesla, CentralTexas.com, the world’s first integrated regional commerce platform, and Simulations.net. As an angel investor, Davis funds organizations with promising leadership and business opportunities.
Here’s a glimpse of what you’ll learn:
- Davis Jones shares highlights from his extensive career
- Davis’ journey building Eazl from idea to conception
- How to sustain user engagement in online courses
- What is Simulations.net, and how has it evolved?
- The qualities Davis considers in early-stage seed investments — and how he discovers them
- Intellectual property trends in ed tech (education technology)
- Generative AI’s role in ed tech and data analytics
In this episode…
Early-stage seed investments provide immense opportunities for both angel investors and start-up entrepreneurs. Private lenders facilitate the launch process for next-generation business owners while gaining privileged insights into innovation, new product inventions, and more. How can you source and execute these investments?
As an investor in technology start-ups, Davis Jones engages in introductory conversations with future founders on LinkedIn. This allows entrepreneurs to pitch their ideas for investors to evaluate. You can also attend networking events to connect with start-ups and other investors and remain informed of industry trends and developments. When investing in these companies, building relationships with innovators and joining their board of advisors is crucial to support them effectively and obtain maximum value.
On today’s episode of Own Your Zone Podcast, JiNan Glasgow George invites Davis Jones, Founder of Eazl, Simulations.net, and CentralTexas.com, to talk about building and investing in technology and software companies. Davis shares tips for engaging users in online courses, intellectual property trends in ed tech, and his journey creating Eazl from ideation to conception.
Resources mentioned in this episode:
- JiNan Glasgow George on LinkedIn
- JiNan Glasgow George
- Neo IP
- JiNan Glasgow George’s Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Patent Forecast
- Davis Jones on LinkedIn
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