An interview with Tomás Sabat, a co-founder and Chief Operating Officer at Grakn, a knowledge graph database

We are back with 11th video, and the third interview with an open source startup.We talk to Tomás Sabat, Co-Founder and the COO at Grakn Labs. Grakn builds a database to organise complex networks of data and make it queryable. The company has raised over £6M from Animatrix, Beacon Capital, Newable Ventures, Chicago Booth Angels, and others.
Grakn is used by Roche, Cisco, AT&T, Flipkart, AstraZeneca, and other enterprises across industries.Among other things, we talk about: ideation, finding a co-founder, sharing responsibilities within a founding team, and open source business models.
Tomás also provides some actionable advice and benchmarks on getting initial sales traction.The full structured transcript and video – https://datafounders.io/contributors/grakn

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As a recent grad in CS, the appeal of joining a startup is rising to me just because it seems like a more realistic employer. My odds of getting recognized by bigger name companies may be slim and I don't mind working/learning on the job to become a better dev/engineer.

With that said, what kind of salary can you expect being hired by a startup vs an established company? What kind of compensation can I expect (benefits, etc)?

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Where do you research/discuss future trends?

For those of you that are building or want to build “the future” and are interested in trends and predictions for things like tech, AI/robotics, Fintech, eCommerce, DaaS, crypto, etc., where do you go for your information? Where do you get your news and where would you go to discuss these things?

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