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Serial Entrepreneur Talks Leadership, Margaret Thatcher And The Importance Of Taking Risks

Serial Entrepreneur Talks Leadership, Margaret Thatcher And The Importance Of Taking Risks

As a successful serial entrepreneur, Bettina Hein has a lot to say about how to run a business. She and her partners sold their last venture, SVOX, a speech technology software firm in Switzerland, for $125 million. Before that, while pursuing a dual law-business degree in Germany and Switzerland, she founded START, a student entrepreneurship association that spread to six other universities. Now she’s on to her next company, Pixability, a data-driven YouTube marketing software company based in Boston. And if that weren’t enough to keep her busy, she and Zipcar co-founder, Robin Chase started SheEOs, a Boston area networking and professional support a group of 130 female founders. I as

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