What it's like to win funding from LSE Generate – Mai Le | LSE Careers blog
We asked some of the latest winners about their experiences of the LSE Generate funding competition and as an entrepreneur, next up is Mai Le: Who are you and what does your venture do? I'm Mai Le, currently an investment banking analyst at Goldman Sachs. My venture Next Speech is a speech-to-text voice diary iPhone app that is also a social platform itself. It is both a transcription tool for quality voice memos as well as a platform for users to interact with each other's voice contents. The application has three main functionalities. First, it transcribes voice memos of up to five minutes. Secondly, it organises them beautifully with a calendar view, recorded location and hashtags. Lastly, you can listen to and interact with others' voice content easily within the app. What's it like to compete and win funding from LSE Generate? This milestone carries both honours and responsibilities: the honour to be recognised by LSE Generate as one of the ventures with high potential, and