Zūm CEO Ritu Narayan visits Stanford Venture Studio for discussion about product-market fit
Last week Zūm CEO Ritu Narayan spoke with students at the Stanford Graduate School of Business about her path as a founder and Zūm’s evolution into a company that is reimagining student transportation across the U.S.
Titled “Finding Product-Market Fit,” the discussion focused on how Zūm transitioned from a rideshare service for kids to a company that is modernizing the entire yellow school bus system, making it safer, more reliable, sustainable, and tech-enabled for millions of families.
Narayan spoke to graduate-level student entrepreneurs who are part of Stanford Venture Studio, an entrepreneurship hub for graduate students exploring new venture ideas.
“I was honored to share my founder’s story and expertise with these student entrepreneurs,” Narayan said. “Product-market fit is an ongoing journey, and I hope Zūm’s story can inspire them as they bring their exciting ventures to the market.”
Zūm has a unique path to product market fit; for more on this topic, read this in-depth feature on First Round Capital.
Thanks to Stanford Venture Studio for hosting an engaging event!