Over the course of dozens of interviews, podcast host Andrew Vasylyk learned about startup exits from $5 billion in mergers and acquisitions and IPOs.
As I interviewed dozens of exited founders, many of whom sold for $100s of millions, I noticed a pattern: none had an exit strategy that included the company that actually bought them. In fact, none of them really had an exit strategy at all. At least not one that they took seriously.
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