This week Karim Kanji had the opportunity to speak with Robleh Jama of TinyHearts. Robleh presently works out of the Ryerson’s Digital Media Zone and Toronto’s The Work Republic. Robleh is also the recent winner of the Kiip Build Fund.
Many people know Robleh as the person who brought live animal cameras to his popular Pocket Zoo app on the iPhone and iPad. However, Robleh has done much more than that! He started the first social network for the sneaker culture, 2 popular apps in the iPad store, one of the first games built on Instagram, and now a lifestyle brand for tech startups entrepreneurs.
In the below interview Karim asks Robleh about what he has learned as a entrepreneur in the tech startup space. Robleh’s advice? Watch and listen to find out!
In this second interview Karim and Robleh chat about entrepreneurship, mobile startups and much more:
This video series is brought to you in partnership with XConnect, where we will share advice, interviews and insights from founders, entrepreneurs and stratups that explores the relationship between a specific industry and how it is being affected by technology. XConnect, a thirdocean project, aims to contribute and support the tech space and our overall economy by bringing together industry executives and influential consumers to build awareness and encourage positive change.