… We found no additional GEEKOUT content for this episode. Sachin Bansal needs no introduction. So they had to cut their support costs down. So those are the things that AI is doing is to make people’s lives more productive. But … And if you're born and raised Atlanta, then Georgia Tech is the only school you go to for engineering— the only— there is no other option. It had a steering wheel. Steve: You know, one of the things that the College of Engineering we think that we do really well, and it's a huge priority for us is to create the most diverse and inclusive environment that we could possibly imagine. It was— but it was our soapbox. So you have these different groups that specialize in different things. So our black— the Black Graduate Student Association is some of our best friends even to today. Steve: So I know both of you got your degrees at Georgia Tech, one in, I think, Travis, in mechanical engineering and Troy in electrical engineering. Flipkart is known for its fast delivery and a wide selection of products. AASU has a very strong presence at Georgia Tech. So for us, we focus— our demographic that we focus on are actually companies that are the toolmakers. >> So for me, besides the obvious fact that they're identical twins, black and tech, which is rare, is my competitive nature. For us, we took that minority presence and then we brought it to tech and entrepreneurship after Georgia Tech in the startup community. What are the new pieces that are being developed that, say, maybe are benefiting from COVID? And for many engineers, that means becoming an entrepreneur after earning a degree. And please shamelessly plug away;  we'd love for as many students to connect to Georgia Tech as well as your space. I’m an engineer turned entrepreneur. Everything changed. The company also found that the age of founders is falling. So they actually made, you know, 3,000, 4,000, 5,000 days, you know, $5,000-days with our sales tool and our tool for connecting [inaudible]. I mean, in a challenge like this like a pandemic or a recession, there's two choices you can make as a company. In that company, they cut the operations. Many have also quit their jobs to pursue unique business ideas and become the most successful entrepreneurs. And maybe you could give an example, say, in the food service or restaurant kind of business, someone who you never worked for. Our guests today are brothers, often known as the “Tech Twins,” Travis and Troy Nunnally. >> Glad to be here. So those type of information to educate our group,  get them out of the trap so they know that they can do it,  and then put support around them by utilizing, you know, our space, you know, putting together investment networks to help support those individuals to  say, “Hey, you're not doing this by yourself. So that's a testament to how close-knit the minority presence is at Georgia Tech. So in opportunity, there's two choices. Bezos is an American entrepreneur, investor, and philanthropist, mostly known as the founder of the online shopping retailer colossus Amazon, where he currently performs as chairman and CEO. Engineers are highly intelligent and can become frustrated when others with whom they interact are not as knowledgeable about their subject (entrepreneurs need to be flexible and patient). The World Health Organisation(WHO) estimates that around... Agro2o, a Delhi-based Agritech startup developed proprietary smart garden, that uses an entirely automated indoor hydroponics system to grow plants without soil. Was there typical company that came? And so maybe that's a philosophy or corporate culture. So, for example, we have a equity in a company that does dermatology tools, and it basically assesses the skin. You may want to be a developer or you may want to start your own Tesla and build out your own car. So the operations team was cut by 50 percent. It was a network security class that was by John Copeland at the time, Dr. John Copeland, and one of these exercises with the class was we had to essentially protect our computer and try to hack into somebody else's computer. So we may not be a majority from a, you know, ethnic background, culture background, but we have a very close-knit community that everybody is willing to help each other out. And the pride— our soapbox was— I don't know the best word for it, so I’m going to say  “raggedy.”. Let's go build a derby car just like I built one” because I enjoy it so much. And Georgia Tech, some students from Georgia Tech came from Georgia Tech to the high school to help us build out a robot, and eventually took us to Anaheim, California, where it was a conference where we had to showcase this robot. And then also we started a space here in Atlanta in Castleberry Hill. Has anyone here started up their own company, particularly in the mechanical/physical products space? So our path has always led us to Georgia Tech. and then we can connect you with the right people, especially if you're a minority because you need that backing and you need that, you know, that backbone because it's different. Post author: Himanshu Nitnaware; Post published: December 23, 2020 But the technology team stayed level. >> I'm Steve McLaughlin, dean of the Georgia Tech College of Engineering, and this is The Uncommon Engineer. Mechanical Design Engineer turned entrepreneur: Interview with Marcos Gonzalo Mael Marcos Gonzalo Mael combined his passion for innovation, a natural artistic flair, with his background in industrial engineering to co-found a stop motion animation company, UPuno. One of the things for me that makes me an uncommon engineer is I could talk both languages, right? Your team is OK.”. I'm really curious about the kind of advice you would give to students, particularly minority students who don't necessarily have the ability to follow the path that you did or even just know what the options are. How is DeHaat bringing transformation into the life of farmers? One of the gaps, though— I have to mention it— is, so, statistically, you don't see a lot of minority entrepreneurs have VC funding. It is a funny paradox switching from engineering (where all risks are calculated and measured), to the world of entrepreneurship, where you are forced to … So at that point, we saw a need which is always what our company is focused on— finding a need first— and then we build the solution. We also have a green screen room that allows them to do videos and go into social media. Because when you— locally, if you’re a local business, then is not necessarily local, but when you're online, it’s a global presence. Most of our companies started coming to us asking for—  most of our clients started coming to us asking for communication tools, live video streaming, pitch message campaigns, things that they can communicate better with their constituents and their customers so that they can be, you know, increase their business and stay alive and survive through the COVID-19 pandemic. building science fair, “Hey, man! Like Travis and us, we specialize in tech education, making sure that you have the knowledge to be able to grow your company and, particularly, get funding. >> I appreciate it. Innovative ideas are at the center of what engineers do. Before gaining fame as a cricket commentator, Harsha Bhogle studied engineering for his undergraduation. So we were going to a job, and it's 9 to 5. And what I mean by strong presence is that what we don't have in numbers, we have in community. Women Entrepreneur’s Network. That experience propelled me to go further and do my Ph.D. at Georgia Tech. you’ll be able to view customer ratings of that car operator then book it right there on the web site. A start-up story: From engineers to entrepreneurs Taking inspiration from the great Banyan tree, the embodiment of wisdom, Nimish Shrivastava and Anubha Saxena founded ‘The Banyan Tee’ in January 2016, to sell t-shirts online. He can go into a sales meeting and pitch the idea. STEM is useful for everybody in every field. >> So the Georgia Tech has a strong minority culture that's at Georgia Tech. So dermatologists’ offices is a brick and mortar business. He has done engineering from Delhi College of Engineering and started his first venture while he was still at college, XS Corps, which he later sold to Lotus Interworks LLC, New Jersey, in 1999. >> And Georgia Tech, really, to be honest, Georgia Tech, we would not know what resources are available if we had not experienced going to Georgia Tech. I'm really curious about what that looks like. They want to see basically a portfolio of this abstracts at the symposium. You can retract and you can start firing, laying off people, cut the bottom line, closing up doors and start being a quarter of your resources, so start collecting cash and make sure that your company doesn't die in this pandemic. It is seen as a pioneer in payment gateway for consumers in India. They're sitting in a waiting room where you can pass COIVD-19. So everybody is talking about home automation, automating different things in your car and in your office, and that is a really big and booming thing. Most of us are kind of like we don't love what we do, but we don't have a support system a lot of time for minorities to, where statistically— and this is not me just saying this, you know, out of not actual evidence— but we're statistically don't have the wealth, especially a black minority as other ethnic groups, so we feel like we're trapped. And we think and we are on the same page even when— I talk to every single one them, y'all know that hey, right now we're positioned and primed to really help and grow the startup community, because now the people that— these people that was doing startups seven years ago, like us, is now in positions like, you know, head of the of these startups with Google with Jewel Burks or you have Techstars’ director that’s Barry, and you have Joey Womack who's over WeWork. Engineers turned Entrepreneurs, how has it been? A roadmap that will alert you if you are about to take a wrong turn or make one of the most common mistakes made by new entrepreneurs. And I feel the same in my job, and what I always say is I get paid to do something that I would do for free because I love what it is I do and I'm ready to pour all this time and energy into it. I mean they had a little bit of interaction, but it wasn't, you know, what I mean “a little bit,” that means they were on the fence with using us. A number of the highest STEM skills that we learn at a young age have proven their value for all entrepreneurs. And we're hoping that the people who are struggling and may need assistance, that they realize that, hey, this is a way that we can do business differently and realize this is more of an opportunity rather than a challenge. We may you know, they’ll say— we're on as a contract; we're helping to build their software— but are saying, “Hey, we want to freeze this project.” And in those cases, we don't know if that's the best decision where freezing technology when technology is your solution to overcoming the pandemic. We've helped and consulted with I think right now we're at maybe 5,000 companies that we've done consulting with, and we have a goal to reach 10,000 companies where we at least consult and help them get from one point to another point. The more I mentor engineers-turned-entrepreneurs, the more I've noticed it requires the proper attitude, more so than the raw skills. Thanks for having us. Next, let's build it ourselves and that's our solution. >> OK, yes. So at that point, we've been launching and building software over the last 10 years. Perhaps it’s no coincidence that several entrepreneurs started their companies in a garage – from Apple to Harley-Davidson. So me and Troy saw this soapbox, and we said, “We have to have one!” But our parents didn't have the money or expertise to build out this fancy soapbox,  so we decided, first, we have a problem here— We want a soapbox. We are so proud of everything you're doing and really grateful for coming today, and all the very best. Since the last two decades, our Indian market has unlocked many fresh and prevailing opportunities... Beer is the most preferred alcoholic drink after whisky in India. You have to build out proof of concept. So I always tell people if I was to go on the treadmill and who's going to see, who's going to— I'm out of shape now, but we'll see who's going to run the furthest, I’m gon win. Our guests today are brothers, often known … So there is a customer— there's customers that did hiring freezes. You have Barry who sold his company. So it's up to us as engineers and entrepreneurs and academia to be able to find solutions to either help offset those displaced jobs— either retool an employee or find other ways to make sure that everybody is, you know, making a good income. So for us, knowing that those people who have this pit— this pain in their stomach that they have to do something different with their lives and they don't want to be at a dead end job for the rest of their lives,  they have to have something to motivate them to get out of the trap. Updated On October 20, 2020 by Saavriti Her venture has reached out to around 40,000 women and girls through community awareness programmes. Founded by Mukesh Bansal in 2007, Myntra is India’s largest on-demand personalization brand for products, gifts and funky merchandise. And I know that in one of the things that I've seen is that one of your aspirations, either personally or as part of your company, is to touch 10,000 companies or to assist them in their development. And that really sparked my interest in cyber security and seeing the vulnerabilities that can happen in a computer. We are extraordinarily proud of everything that you accomplished— not only getting through Georgia Tech, but what you've been doing with Brain Rain Solutions and the local community and how it is you're making a difference. Pranay Chulet [Quikr] Pranay Chulet, a man covered the journey from the dusty streets of Dariba – … And the way that looks like for us is that they’ll do a hiring freeze. In order to build your proof of concept you can build in yourself, Emergency And if it's OK, that's really where I'd like to start. So we decided that we wanted to get the best, for our graduate studies, wanted to get the best facilities and be around the most— the best people who can push us and be the best that we can be, so we decided that the best opportunity was Georgia Tech. They were analyzing a problem from an “if … then” point of view allows this researcher to face a challenge with an open mind and to achieve an informed solution. In 2008 the average was 36. Engineers Turned Entrepreneurs: The Nunnally Twins Innovation is one of the core pillars of Georgia Tech’s College of Engineering. So we saw a very interesting dynamic. If you both could talk a little bit about your startup, Brain Rain Solutions, and I'm really curious about how it's affected you, your business, how you might have pivoted, and also what your clients are seeing. Therefore, to start an experiment, a researcher must first create a hypothesis. So many things have changed. So we're quickly approaching the 10,000 mark for our company. And the whole purpose of space is to build, showcase the quality of the work coming out of the minority tech ecosystem. They're doing great stuff. We want to recommend this moisturizer that is better for oily skin.” And that allowed the customers— in this case one at our dermatologist’s office actually saw not a decrease in sales, but the sales actually maintained level. They drew a race car stripe down the middle. Steve: I can't wait to talk about a whole bunch of different things, but we’re recording the podcast right in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic. Is it the city? 2. By Trevor Metcalfe. So we found a stadium seat to make our seat for our soapbox. https://wonderfulengineering.com/10-engineers-who-are-self-made-billionaires And as you pointed out that there are so many folks that have lost their jobs and so many difficult stories to tell, I'm curious if there's a not-so-rosy story to tell about customers that you've seen and how COVID-19 has affected them and even despite your best efforts, can't help because of the situation. And we saw that great opportunity, realized it, and took advantage of it. The client, luckily, he said, “Hey, you OK. They both earned graduate degrees from the College, became serial entrepreneurs, and cofounded a business venture called Brain Rain Solutions. Troy’s— three of Troy’s groom’s people were part of the Georgia Tech community when he got married. Steve: So you talked about your experience, you know, in terms of in the minority community, how it is you're supporting, how the community has really come together. 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Welcome to the program, Travis and Troy. Sometimes in some cases, it’s not an opportunity because of the unemployment, but in the terms of digital and technology, it’s opportunity for a lot of businesses. I think it was Winston Churchill that said in every crisis is a great opportunity. I think that you have to be passionate and, nonetheless cliché, but at the end of the day, find something that you simply love and enjoy. You see green screen rooms. It just happened so that we're two different people that have a complimented skill set to work together. I think that competitive nature does allow you to be better in sales. And we made that, and we were proud to make that soapbox. And what we try to do is try to get people to say, hey, this is opportunity for you to be more aligned, more on social media, more doing live content so that your business can scale globally. So they usually have some software or [no audio] presence. There are many startup mentors in India. Atlanta, GA 30332 >> Innovation and entrepreneurship are among core pillars of Georgia Tech's College of Engineering. Beyond the United States, the company has customers in 122 countries, 28 international offices and a manufacturing plant in Mexico. Steve: And that sounds like  that's a real success. And all of us who've made some progress, some success in this space, you know, even the people who we look up to, they look at it, look at their craft— we call it a craft— and they start to hone in, build, educate themselves and be the best around that craft, not because they have to, but because they love doing it. And we're trying to centralize to take innovation, especially in communities that are less privileged to be able to have the resources like Georgia Tech, like resources at their disposal. And to get the name of the company is called Brain Rain Solutions— so it’s Brain Rain Solutions, and it’s primarily built upon two principles that you have the brainiac and you have the rain maker. A lot of the students who are coming out of high school, they're just trying to get by. Reflecting on my path and realizing the skill sets needed to do both, I now know there’s quite an overlap of applicable business skills that are useful in both fields. So what that looks like is a patient will now use their QR code or a link, click, go to a page that they ask a series of questions as well as take images of their face, and then a sales consultant, a skincare consultant, will call that patient and do a skincare analysis as long as that supports our recommendations from the algorithm. Then you have another group who specialize around funding, which is Collab Capital, which is Jewel Burks. And another technology that's really big is the Internet of things. Steve: Well, Troy and Travis, not only, I can't tell you how thankful we are that you came today to join us here on The Uncommon Engineer. And then a brainiac is the person who's executing— that’s the technologies; that’s the CTO; that's the programmer. We on-boarded that customer during the pandemic, yes. And when you have a new normal, you have to do things differently. Let us see how many engineers used their engineering expertise and problem-solving skills to unravel real-world issues and switch into a successful entrepreneur. So always think persistent and consistent about learning a particular craft. They come to us. And that's just one of the things that we're trying to do in the Atlanta community right now. The country in which we live is highly dependent on technology. So you have these people that now can really propel the community. These engineering entrepreneurs nurtured their ideas into a conglomerate of companies and they are contributing immensely to humanity. We've partnered up with— we're co-founders with other people. I’m really curious, and on The Uncommon Engineer, we always ask how people get involved in engineering and what was it either your childhood or upbringing kind of led you to engineering. >> Of course, I win at everything, though. And so you have these different things of ecosystems that's coming together finally in the Atlanta area. How do we get it? Nowadays, before you really didn’t have the online presence when we was growing up where you can learn. Birth Place: Moscow, Russia. They come from low income. So the rainmaker really brings in the revenue— that's the sales person; that’s the marketing team. If you’re a computer engineer building an internet site, you’ve got to imagine the ultimate site, but to start, you would like to first break down the Javascript line by line, class by class, to reach the ultimate goal eventually. 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