Recode co-founder and CEO Evan Williams has a secret weapon in his arsenal: technology.
Williams, who has been the CEO of the tech company for six years, says he spends a lot of time researching companies in the startup space.
And he’s a big fan of Facebook.
He said that’s what got him interested in the tech industry.
“We want to build something like Facebook,” he said.
“It’s like building a factory that builds and processes things and sells things.
We want to make a company that’s like Facebook.
We can do that, and then we can sell it.”
The company is called Vulcan Materials, and Williams says the team is building its first product.
Vulcan Materials uses robotics to build high-quality materials, and it uses robots to create the tools.
But the company has two key characteristics: It’s a small company and it has a high valuation.
The valuation is so high that the company’s founders have already raised $7.5 million.
That money, and the venture capital funding, has allowed Vulcan Materials to go public.
That’s not the only thing the company is doing right now.
Williams says that’s a key part of the company.
“Vulcans mission is to democratize the production of materials, especially aerospace materials,” Williams said.
“In the aerospace industry, you can’t have a high quality product unless you’re able to get the right people and the right things at the right places,” he added.
VuComm – a community of aerospace engineers and researchers – is the brainchild of the Vulcan Materials team.
Its mission is twofold.
First, it’s to share and facilitate knowledge.
“I want to give back to the community, I want to help people understand what’s happening and how we can help them,” said James Johnson, a founding member of the team.
Johnson, who is also the founder of a robotics startup called Dyson, said the Vulcan materials team has had a positive impact on the community.
The company also has a team of engineers and scientists who are developing a wide variety of robotics technology.
Johnson says Vulcan Materials is focused on developing its own products and helping other companies that want to take the same approach.
“If you look at what we do, it is a little bit different than what other companies are doing,” he explained.
“Our goal is to get this product into as many people as possible.
And we’re hoping to get to the point where we can give back.”
Vulcano Materials has received over $5 million in venture funding from the likes of Sequoia Capital and Andreessen Horowitz.