About the episode:
Alan Greenberg is the chief executive of Gradience, a software engineering and AI company. Formerly the director of Apple Education EMEA and later for Asia, he led a team which pioneered podcasting, iTunes U and the first generation of the App Store in Europe and China. A director, advisor, consultant and VC to a wide range of education and health tech businesses, his portfolio includes companies in London, Amsterdam, Berlin, Dubai, Beijing, New York and LA. In this in-depth conversation, Alan describes how how he oversaw one of Apple’s first podcasting initiatives, discusses the opportunities to drive innovation for people with mental health problems, and argues that teachers should be paid more than bankers.
Published: November 22, 2019