Ori Inbar (AWE / Super Ventures) on What Your Startup Should Be Building (Part 2)

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The Guest

Ori Inbar is a serial entrepreneur and investor who often takes center stage at the Augmented World Expo. Also known as AWE, the conference is owned and run by AugmentedReality.org, where Ori is founder and CEO. AugmentedReality.org, along with the AWE conference, has the mission to educate and promote the true potential of AR.

Ori is also a founder and managing partner of Super Ventures, an early-stage investment fund dedicated to AR. There he and his partners invest in startups changing the world by giving people real superpowers.

He began his immersion into AR as the co-founder and CEO of Ogmento, which became Flyby Media and was acquired by Apple. Apple then combined it with the work and team from Metaio and some other acquisitions to create what is now AR Kit. 

The Conversation

In this second part of my conversation with Ori, we dig into the origins and lessons learned from Ogmento. Ori sees companies still making the same mistakes he made many years ago.

We also get into his perspective at Super Ventures, and the areas of highest potential for startups to solve. He advises startups to match a big vision with very specific initial focus, and highlights six AR “moonshots” that he’s most excited about.

I think you’ll really enjoy and get a lot out of the second part of this conversation.

The Request

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