Logan Cohen is the CEO & Co-founder of Kudzoo, the app that pays students for their grades. It’s a free mobile application that rewards students with deals, giveaways, scholarship opportunities, concert tickets, and once in a lifetime experiences based on students’ grades and achievements.
Logan is a TEDx speaker, was named to Forbes 30 under 30 in Education, CIO's Female Entrepreneurs to Watch, among other designations.
I genuinely enjoyed this conversation. Logan and I talk about all aspects of the app building process from ideation to getting it to market to where it is now that she’s a few years in. I loved how honest and transparent she was around everything - from mistakes she’s made to what she wishes she did differently, and even how ed tech wasn’t a passion for her until after she started the company. She’s a lifelong learner and I just really love Logan’s style - so please enjoy my conversation with Logan Cohen.
A to Z App Building: Ideation to Creation (and after!)
How she found her passion
Pitching & Fundraising - how to raise money for an idea
Pitfalls of being a non-technical founder
Personal branding to build a business
Resources & books that have helped Logan on her journey (& more!)
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