To Tear Down Walls, You Have to Move Out of Your Office
Posted by Ed Teixeira
Adam Bryant of the New York Times Corner Office series, interviewed Robert LoCascio, founder and chief executive
of LivePerson, which provides online customer-assistance and other services to
businesses. After starting his first
company using $50,000 from credit cards he had to shut down and lost
everything.Now he owns and operates a $160
million dollar company with 500 employees. LoCascio offers good advice for entrepreneurs
ranging from how to survive tough times and dealing with a growing company. His
story and advice is appropriate for both franchisors and franchisees.
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