Jul 23, 2015
Parviz Parvizi is
co-founder of Clammr, a mobile app and platform making audio more
social and viral. Users are calling
Clammr, which features snack-sized audio
clips of 18 seconds or less, the “Instagram of Audio” and “Audio
Previously, Parviz worked at McKinsey &
Company, Goldman Sachs, the Federal Communications Commission, and
O’Melveny & Myers.
He has advised top 5 global media companies and
mobile carriers on strategy and growth. He was a founder of
McKinsey’s iConsumer research initiative on digital consumer
behavior, authoring 3 of the Firm’s 10 most-downloaded media sector
Parviz was a Olin Law & Economics Fellow at
Yale Law School. At Cornell he majored in economics and served as
President of the Cornell Economics Society while an
Parviz holds a JD from Yale Law School and AB
Clammr, the amazingly new app that shares an18-secondaudio clip
just like an audio tweet.
Parviz Parvizi’s journey from Iran to the US.
- how Parviz
Parvizi got his name.
- about the motivation behind the creation of
Clammr and how Parviz and his co-founder solved a
- how Clammr was built up from the beginning at
- what Clammr found out about
- the difficulties of growing and monetising a
podcast and how Clammr is helping podcasters to solve these
- about the social aspect of Clammr and how you
can share audio snippets to your friends, colleagues and
- if Clammr will adopt a monetization model
similar to YouTube.
- how Clammr’s ‘Hear More’ button can potentially
lead to a paid transaction for users.
- about the opportunities that exist for users of
Clammr in the education sector.
- how teachers can use Clammr in assessments and
how students can collaborate to give their audio response in a
- how Clammr could be the new route for a musician
to become known, just like the way Justin Bieber made it using
- and much more. Subscribe on iTunes and get access to all episodes of