David Fox on Life & Lessons Learned After a $20M Exit

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David started his entrepreneurial career with a backyard vegetable garden in Sydney Australia when he was ten, joined the family retail business a few years later, and set out on his own to establish a technology distributor in the mid-80s. He sold out to a partner and moved to San Francisco in 1994 to launch an eCommerce venture which was acquired by a NY public company for $20M. Since then he has provided seed funding to 15 startups and co-founded 2 non-profit organizations.

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Life After Selling

In this episode, I’m joined by David Fox and we discuss life and lessons learned after selling a company for $20M. We talked about his experience in the due diligence phase, what to expect, and how best to prepare in advance. We also talked about how to preserve wealth post-sale, and how to come up with an idea for your next business.

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If you liked this episode, you might also enjoy: Jason Swenk on Life After Selling Your Company – How to Regain Your Significance & Create a Profitable Online Business

 

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