Top podcasts & audiobooks for Tech entrepreneurs

At Interaction Labs, we believe that the more you are exposed to different ways of thinking the more you add value to your client’s projects. It is not only limited to tech, it is also related to how you approach problem solving, build human centered products, how you develop different worldviews and ultimately how you elevate your output.

Starting today we are bringing our internal knowledge database and opinions out for early stage founders and the tech community to add more value. We have handpicked a few of our favorite podcasts and audiobooks for our readers.

We really believe these assets will add value to your career and some of them have laid out detailed step by step guides to build, launch and grow products in their offerings. So let’s dive straight away into these gems and unlock maximum value.

Top Podcasts in 2024 for Tech Entrepreneurs

Lenny Rachitsky the OG of product growth. He was leading the product team at Airbnb for 7 years. With almost 3 decades of experience he has build deeply researched product growth knowledge base.  He founded his newsletter, Lenny’s Newsletter, about product management in 2019. It now boasts more than 570,000 subscribers and brings in more than $500,000 per year. He writes one post a week and works on each for 10 to 20 hours.

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2 million+

Masters of Scale is on a mission to democratize entrepreneurship. Launched in 2017 as a weekly podcast hosted by Reid Hoffman, Co-Founder of LinkedIn and partner at Greylock, Masters of Scale is now an award-winning platform for entrepreneurial wisdom, encompassing Rapid Response — an audio series about leading in the face of crisis, a daily learning app, a best-selling book, virtual and live events and weekly newsletters.

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500k+ Monthly listeners

This show has over 600,000 listeners and has been ranked the #1 Technology show on Apple Podcasts and Spotify. Acquired is about storytelling and they believe every company has a story. Learn from the playbooks that built the world’s greatest companies — and how you can apply them as a founder, operator, or investor.

It is a depth-first podcast where each episode is 4-5 hours long but you will get decades worth of experience of the company in those few hours.

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600k+

Wish I Knew is an award winning podcast about the revelatory, life-changing aha moments that founders, CEOs and leaders discover along their business journeys and why taking risks leads to growth. Presented by Bessemer Venture Partners, an American venture capital and private equity firm headquartered in San Francisco.

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HBR IdeaCast is a weekly podcast featuring leaders in business and management. It has ranked top 10 in multiple North American countries’ charts. About the hosts, Alison Beard is an executive editor at Harvard Business Review and previously worked as a reporter and editor at the Financial Times.
Curt Nickisch is a senior editor at Harvard Business Review. He earned an MBA from Boston University and has reported for NPR, Marketplace, and Fast Company.

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