How a $400 Startup Got Sold for $43 Million
Stuart Crane is an entrepreneur and advisor. His previous company, Definitive Homecare Solutions, provided a software product for the home infusion pharmacy industry called CPR+. He and his co-founder started the business with just $400 and went on to sell it for $43 million. But this wasn't an overnight success story. It took them 20 years to build that business. And they had two failed attempts trying to sell the company before they were successful.
We're going to talk about the successes, failures, and challenges of that 20-year journey and the lessons learned to help inspire you to keep going with your startup…
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- “Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap…And Others Don't” by Jim Collins
- “How to Get Rich: One of the World's Greatest Entrepreneurs Shares His Secrets” by Felix Dennis