Podcast with Myesha Luster and Oladosu Teyibo, Co-Founders of Analog Teams

On Season 5 Episode 6 of Think Like A Founder, SNP Communication’s Co-Founder and CEO, Maureen Taylor, interviews Oladosu Teyibo and Myesha Luster

Oladosu Teyibo and Myesha Luster are Co-Founders of Analog Teams. With a team of PMS, developers, and designers from the U.S., Europe, Kenya, Ghana, South Africa, and Nigeria, Analog Teams works with digital businesses to build transformative software products. 

Prior to founding Analog Teams in 2016, Oladosu worked at the Cyber Innovation Center where he oversaw mergers and acquisitions. He studied information technology at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. Myesha Luster joined the founding team at Analog in 2018 after a long career in auto finance, collections, and information technology. She’s also an author, having written Dear Ghetto Mind: This Is Your Red Pill.

Podcast with Myesha Luster and Oladosu Teyibo, Co-Founders of Analog Teams

“We always mention, look out for your tribe. You’re not doing this for yourself. You’re working for the good of the whole, the entire community. We don’t want it to be as rigid as, ‘We’re just here for a financial transaction’ because we are mission oriented.

But at the same time, we do want to make sure that everyone understands we’re not here just to laze around and do nothing. Everyone has to build to make sure the tribe is going forward.”

Oladosu Teyibo

“You can go alone and go far, or you can go together. For me, working with Oladosu and working with Yao and our other co-founders was a saving grace At any point when I was alone trying to start my business, if I felt weak, if I felt like I couldn’t do it, no one was there to grab my hand and say, ‘Come on, we’re moving.’ Right, We’re not stopping.”

Myesha Luster

On this episode of Think Like a Founder, SNP’s Co-Founder & CEO, Maureen Taylor gets Oladosu Teyibo and Myesha Luster’s thoughts on…

  • Having an epiphany while on a cashew farm
  • Writing a book to cope with imposter syndrome
  • Traveling through Africa

Find out more about Analog Teams on their website.

Think Like A Founder is produced by SNP Communications in San Francisco, California. Visit the Think Like A Founder website to learn more about the podcast and curriculum or connect with Maureen Taylor on LinkedIn to continue the conversation there. 

Missed the last episode? Find Think Like A Founder Season 5 Episode 5 here.

Series Producer: Mike Sullivan

Sound Design: Marc Ream 

Content and Scripting: Catherine Hardy and Jaselin Drown

Production Coordinator: Natasha Thomas

Thanks also to Róisín Hunt, Selena Persiani-Shell, Jordan Bailey, Matt Johnson, Eli Shell, John Hughes, and Renn Vara.

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