Episode 110: Founders’ Spotlight: What It’s Really Like to Start and Scale a Business

20 DEC 2018
TOPIC: Builders & Innovators 2018

Above (L to R): Dan Dees and Jake Siewert of Goldman Sachs, Josh Hoffman of Zymergen and Jen Rubio of Away.


20 DEC 2018 - “[As a founder] there is no stopping. The commitment is bottomless in a way that I’ve never had before…and so it requires a level of emotional resilience and balance that is not the easiest thing to do,” says Josh Hoffman, co-founder and CEO of biotech startup Zymergen in the latest episode of the firm’s podcast, Exchanges at Goldman Sachs. Hoffman joined Jen Rubio, co-founder and chief brand officer of luggage startup Away, and Dan Dees, co-head of Goldman Sachs’ Investment Banking Division to discuss what it’s really like to start and scale a company. 

  

 

 

This podcast was recorded on October 18, 2018. 

 

 

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