2 Burst results for "Maya Charles"
"maya charles" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Just rings too. We were, uh Biggest back team across the world when we were in the doldrums, and we're getting Beat up weekend week out. He had Brown's backers buyers all over the world, and I was always one of those guys wearing Brown's gear that would have somebody say something to him and their airport or a gas station. Now that we're beating everybody up and We've got what seems like a solid coach with a solid plan and a solid head on his shoulders. Which to be honest, we had a bunch of times in the past. Everybody thought Mike Holmgren was great. Romeo Crennel came out is one of the Michael Aubry stole my mommy. Always a good guy. Romeo's Romeo is still a good guy. He's just little antiquated now. Yeah, it didn't play out like it should have. But even huge action you Jackson was supposed to be this incredible offensive mind just never worked out. And here we are. Here We are. Brothers. Look at us. The Browns are 10 and four And you finally you finally reach a point, Boyd. Thank you very much for the call. And I hope you have a very merry Christmas, The bronze or 10 and four and you're the point. We're right now. You're looking at your aunt, just like I would look at my aunt and I can't say it. You know what? I'm going to say her name? What the hell? She's dated a lot of men. My aunt Cheryl. Maya Charles had up Tana boyfriends and more than one husband. And I look at my aunt and I love my it dearly even though she's a Steelers fan. I do love my aunt Sincerely. And she'd bring a guy home when I was a kid. I knew that that guy was going to be a loser. It was the same thing when people thought what they thought about Hugh Jackson when the Browns marched him into the office. It was the same thing that people thought when the bronze march Rob Chudzinski, who was a good guy, by the way, but they marched him into the office. But you knew that it wasn't gonna work out. It was the same thing when they drafted quarterbacks X Y and Z before they drafted Baker Mayfield and we were even thinking that way. We're about Baker Mayfield for a time And now finally The Browns or as I like to call my Aunt Cheryl looks like they brought home a guy who's good with a job and good to the kids and good to everybody else and doesn't have too many too many Jack Daniels and tonics during Christmas dinner..
"maya charles" Discussed on The Pitch
"Welcome back ray has made the case that he has a good company. It's even made some prophet but he hasn't made the case that it's a company worth investing in. Here's David I'm still struggling with like the main value proposition here around the smartphone technology. I feel like I've seen dozens of brands with these types of quizzes around fit for I don't think there's anything novel enough in the underlying fit technology to build the whole base of the company around that and I don't think that will scale to be a multi hundred million dollar technology platform. I would actually consider going even heavier on. Brand and leveraging the smart fit technology as part of the convenience is part of the match of the materials that used the certain customer base and think about really diving into that brand in trying to build something that could easily be a hundred million dollar brand. I would say that my background before this was doing sort of global rebrand for a consumer product companies and companies. So I I think for us. We do feel like just within the products that we ourselves is. It's one hundred million dollar opportunity. I'm so torn because the stage that I invest. I always say like the entrepreneurs what matters most and I really like you as a as a founder you've had like continually good answers to everything we throughout you I think I struggle with how big the opportunity could be and then I think ultimately I I'm struggling with Is this a friend or is this a like technology and against the point I think like the brand is probably more interesting to me and I think I'm going to pass a silent. Think you're super impressive and I've I've been wrestling with this one writhing ultimately for me. It's a pass mostly because I think the market is huge. But it's really fragmented and I keep coming back to myself and saying Gosh like of the companies. I've seen that are sort of of your ilk. What does it take to get to a really large outcome and it's gigantic product catalogs? I think about but oh bows ever lanes that have achieved like pretty healthy run rates different model but it just feels to me like the number of shots that you'll have to hit in a row to get to the size of company that makes sense for me. It's IT'S A. It's a difficult lift. Thank you so I'm really really interested in how your technology might shepherd in this revolution of of custom clothing. And when I think about the brand I'm sure there's an audience. I'm sure it's cool. I don't really invest in in Fashion. Kinda like CPG directly very much. Are you saying you shouldn't do it? Because that's not what you invest in or you're saying I'm saying it's hard to be venture scale. Okay Maya Charles. And she'll are out because they just don't see it as a massively scalable endeavor now. Elizabeth however has a different concern. I think you should go after the brand opportunity because I think that's where the money is made when you think about it. Like the holy grail in the custom clothes spaces to get basically a universal sizing date and set on people and once you have that for all these individuals you can pretty much sell them anything. I am wondering if I communicated this incorrectly. Because the intent is to build the brand I think the technology and the supply chain are competitive advantages to cut through the noise and their enabler. They're not the reason you know we exist. And I think I've never seen a company where those things are so tightly coupled with the technology powers the brand so I always tend to think of it as an either or not an end in like the way you just said it made me think. Oh maybe during the pitch I the wrong conception of the tension between the two because I was thinking. Oh if you're so great it's supply chain like just like DOT COM disagree. I I've seen this before and I think to give context investors in a company called the inside which is at the end of the day. They're a furniture brandon custom furniture brand. They leverage supply chain advantages. But at the end. They know they're a brand and everything built around. It is a brand. And that's where I wanted to hear double down and I get also you talk to investors who want multiple billions or Boston. Nobody likes brands anymore. Changes about a month. I would just say like whatever. I'm not here to tell an entrepreneur which way they should run their business. I say when it aligns with my vision or not in this case it doesn't I would say go with whatever is authentic to you and go hard on it and double down on. I think the reason we talked about the tattoos. It is actually part of the brand narrative so when we talk about our mission is than power people shapes and sizes to feel their best. And now we can use what we're doing to create something that's really special beautiful impersonal for people. It's not like we have the secret tech platform thing here and then we have the shiny brand hair. It's like this is so I I hear you and just push back and make you kind of think about the pitch in the brand thank you. There's many attributes that go into a brand clearly fit and sizing one of the integral wants for you. I didn't hear any other layers. There is nothing really about the materials which actually unique. I think to your business. There's really nothing about who your customer was where there may be coming from so I if it really is about brand. You're going to want to peel that back a little bit more. So here's where I'm landing on this. I would want to try out the product like from the nuts. Give you guys some business and would love to look at this as a potential investment in January. I'm.