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5 Things Raising Over $100 Million Taught Me About Bootstrapping

Startup Funding Strategy

My Start as an Entrepreneur

I started my first company with a group of co-founders in 2001. It was one month after 9–11 and a year since the dot-com bubble had burst — and the economy was in the tank. Unlike today, young tech entrepreneurs were not in favor.

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Albert Santalo

Albert Santalo

Founder and CEO @ 8base | Serial Entrepreneur (CareCloud and Avisena) | Technologist | Cyclist and proud BFC Participant

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