Today's Entrepreneur is Aaron Levie, CEO of Box. According to his VEQ (Vator's informal entrepreneur IQ test), Levie is good at fundraising, product and marketing management. Levie, who has a knack for filling up 30 minutes of time with an hours worth of content, was one of the keynotes at Vator Splash SF last month.
For a great write-up of the keynote interview, check out Krystal Peak's Box CEO: Tackling unsexy problems is good business
Watch interviews by Bambi Francisco to learn more about Box and Levie as an entrepreneur:
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My favorite startups:
Asana, Healthtap, Airy Labs, Greplin, Square, AirBnB, Blippy, Kno, GoodData, MobileIron, Good Technology, Domo, SnapLogic, Workday, etc.
What's most frustrating and rewarding about entrepreneurship/innovation?
The most rewarding thing is seeing how your customers use your products to change their lives, businesses, and organizations.
What's the No. 1 mistake entrepreneurs make?
Not thinking big enough.
What are the top three lessons you've learned as an entrepreneur?
- Always build for the future, not the present.
- Take advantage of new technology shifts constantly.
- Don't stall.
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