Sam Zebarjadi of The Idea of Stealth Mode is Dying

March 20, 2012

10:30 am

If you like to travel, you might want to know about Zamp, a social travel service that connects travelers while they are traveling – not before or after.  According to co-founder Sam Zebarjadi, a billion hours are spent every year sitting around and waiting for flights, a number I do not doubt in the least.  Because Zamp’s cofounders (who just happen to be brothers) are avid travelers, they decided to do something that would alleviate the tedium of waiting in airports.

While the Atlanta-based startup is in a tech community that is still growing, during our  SXSW #StartupLife Celebration on March 10, Zebarjadi told us they actually have a lot of support from the local community. Check out the interview below for Zebarjadi’s tips on how to get through the tough days, why the startup life is all about networking, and how the idea of stealth mode is dying. Watch the video featuring Zamp co-founder Sam Zebarjadi.

You can find more of this year’s coverage of the #StartupLife at SXSW here.

Editor’s Note: Thank you to Vitrue, a sponsor of our #Startuplife Celebration and Tech Cocktail’s special SXSW video series. Check out Vitrue’s live daily updates from SXSW!

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Monika Jansen is a writer and editor who is happiest pounding out blog posts, newsletters, website content, and other materials. Follow her at: @monikacjansen

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