How One Founder Realized Satellite Internet didn’t have to be Fast or Expensive to be Useful

It is difficult to understand how much the cost of launching and operating satellites has come down, especially since the low cost launch services and the maturity of the supply chain of smartphones from a number of commercial players.

Swarm’s co-founder and CEO realized exactly how the spending curve had changed when he and his co-founder Ben Longmire realized that they could equip small satellites. Connect to low-powered devices around the world. In this week’s episode of Found, Sarah walks us through how she went from an engineering career to building the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Google’s first tier founder and CEO.

How One Founder Realized Satellite Internet didn’t have to be Fast or Expensive to be Useful

We’ve covered a variety of topics, including how Sarah and Ben will be CEOs, how to lead a small but growing team, and how to evaluate your decision as a founder and what steps to take to move forward. Sarah was very clear to us about her experience as a founder and CEO and this is certainly our most open and honest conversation to date. We love chatting with you all the time and we hope you enjoy listening to the episode. And of course, we’d love it if you could subscribe to Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, or the Podcast app of your choice if.

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In this week’s episode of The Foundation, Sarah explains how she incorporated NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory and Google’s Strins from her engineering career to build Swarm as founder and CEO for the first time. We cover a variety of topics, including how Sarah and Ben will be CEOs, how they want to lead a small but growing team, and how they will evaluate your decision as a founder and how they are committed to moving forward.