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Nov. 17, 2014 10:29 am

What you can learn from repeat entrepreneurs [Technical.ly Podcast]

Jack Dorsey, Peter Thiel and others talk about ways to grow a successful business.
Jack Dorsey (second from left), in the early days of Twitter, at SXSW 2007.

Jack Dorsey (second from left), in the early days of Twitter, at SXSW 2007.

(Photo by Scott Beale / Laughing Squid, used under a Creative Commons license)

Building a successful startup is tough.

In this month’s Technical.ly Podcast, hear from entrepreneurs who didn’t think starting one organization was hard enough. You’ll hear from repeat entrepreneurs who took their ideas and made them work — again:

  • Peter Thiel — who was genius enough to invest in Facebook and Airbnb — was recently in Philadelphia talking about his new book in a Q&A session at the Franklin Institute. After the event, Technical.ly’s editor, Zack Seward, asked the cofounder of PayPal and Palantir Technologies what it takes to get your pitch noticed.
  • Designer and technologist Maddy Maxey, 21, talks about doing fashion full-throttle.
  • Jack Dorsey — cofounder and chairman of Twitter, and cofounder and CEO of Square — sat down with our editor over coffee at HubBub in Philadelphia, which uses the Square platform.
  • The podcast wraps up with insights from McKeever Conwell, a Baltimore entrepreneur who is hoping for success with his second startup, RedBerrry.

Listen below, download the episode or subscribe to the Technical.ly Podcast on iTunes or Stitcher.

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