SPE Talks To: Kirstie Boyle
Nov 19th, 2019 by SPEpodcast
Business Development VP Kirstie Boyle joins The SPE Podcast to talk startups. Recently part of a $4.5-million funding round, Kirstie discusses fine-tuning pitches, making complicated concepts relatable, options for spending investor money, entrepreneurial success stories, and why startups aren't for everyone.
Kirstie is a member of SPE's Women in Hydraulic Fracturing, a United Nations award-winner, a dock jumping competitor, and the VP of Business Development for Interface Fluidics, an SPE Startup Village Rising Star recipient. The startup features nanotechnology that, within just a few hours of testing, can tell an oil and gas company whether its chemical selection will increase yield, or damage the reservoir.
More From Kirstie Boyle
Interface Fluidics: https://interfacefluidics.com/
Mentioned in This Episode
ATCE Startup Village: http://www.atce.org/schedule/atce-startup-village
Startup Village: Startup Village Success Story: Interface Fluidics (Video)
SPE Bookstore: https://store.spe.org/ (Members get up to 50% discount!)
SPE International App: https://www.spe.org/en/members/speiapp/
CARE Canada: https://care.ca/
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