Minimally Viable E22 - Samuel Bosch, founder of Assist-o on founding a company during the pandemic and building it while pursuing a PhD simultaneously
In today's episode of Minimally Viable, we talk to Samuel Bosch, PhD candidate at MIT and founder of Assist-O. Assist-O is a company for remote staffing. It offers remote support to individuals and companies in the development, marketing, design, executive assistance, IT, and more. Samuel started his career as an intern at the D.E. Shaw Group, turned to an academic career, and ended up co-founding Assist-O while pursuing his PhD in CS and Electrical Engineering. We talk about his personal journey of becoming an entrepreneur and the story of Assist-O, changing the business model, opportunities in a crisis, sales, hiring developers, and outsourcing.