Mar 1

🔥Upside Chat with Serial Entrepreneurs & Investors (Siri inventor, VC...) on Best Practices for Successful Exits.

Julien Blin
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This week we had the honor to interview a group of serial entrepreneurs & investors on best practices for successful exits.

  • Adam Cheyer, a serial entrepreneur, co-founder and inventor of Siri (sold to Apple), and co-founder of Viv Labs (sold to Samsung).

  • Jay Eum, co-founder & Managing Partner at GFT Ventures, and co-founder of TransLink Capital.

  • Sean Harrington, a serial entrepreneur, and former exec from the New England Patriots (NFL). Sean is also the founder and GM at Notemeal (sold to Teamworks).

📝Show Notes: Through this interview, we touched on the process for successful exits. They also shared their advice for any startup entrepreneurs looking to have a successful exit. Then they gave their thoughts on what not to do to avoid startup failures. Lastly we discussed the investment areas that they are the most excited about.

Please make sure to click on the top button to listen to the full podcast interview. Thank you.

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