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Introducing JamPad Cohort #3
JamPad inducts its latest set of founders to The Mob
Straight up, I’m busy AF right now, so let’s get into JP Cohort #3.
PS, congrats to each one of you for being part of the 2.5% of applicants that get into JP!
Zack Cox, Co-Founder at Pidgi
Zack is a baller founder who’s had experience at very high levels in enterprise SaaS/sales, including some run-ins with the CSO of Starbucks. Today, he’s running Pidgi, a startup building lead intelligence as a service. They allow you to automatically analyze your sales leads and identify your most active buyers. The company is in private betas with a gargantuan enterprise customer, and things seem to be going very well thus far. Zack and co are gearing up for a pre-seed round by EOY, so keep an eye on them as they land and expand! (PS, a JB feature to come on Dr.Cox soon…)
16 Year Old Hacker!
Brian Sowards, Founder at Supersynchronus
This guy is the true black-beard, an ops aficionado, and someone I’m proud to say is now a fellow mob boss. Supersyncronus is helping companies build their own internal systems that help them scale, with a focus on doing so utilizing the now-popular no-code stack (think Coda, Notion, Airtable, Stacker, etc). They’re currently closing in on what would be their largest deal yet ($250k). Dr.Sowards successfully sold his last startup, and is also an OnDeck Fellow. He can be characterized as a founders founder in the JP’s circles. Welcome to the Mob, Black Beard!
PK, Founder at Selfem
Pramod hails from Goldman Sachs (also known as Golden Handcuffs, IYKYK). After getting tired of the whole PE thing, he saw a problem people were avidly talking about on Twitter around mortgages for founders; and out popped Selfem, a startup shopping for the best mortgage programs for entrepreneurs. Today, the company is at $10k MRR and is facilitating nearly $10M in deals per month (they’re on fire). PK is also about building and not playing the BS status game that most in startups are on these days. So for that, I tip my cap.
Welcome officially to JamPad, gents. With that being said, back to work!