Defying Expectations When No One Believes in You After investors turned him down, Jonathon Ende, Seamless Docs CEO and co-founder, struggled to get funding to continue growing his business.

By Jason Saltzman

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After investors didn't believe in him, Jonathon Ende, Seamless Docs CEO and co-founder, struggled to get funding to continue growing his business. Faced with the opportunity to join ERA (Entrepreneurs Roundtable Accelerator) in New York, Ende had to convince his investors to give him one last chance to fund his trip from Miami and prove Seamless Docs was worth the risk. This episode of Resilience highlights what focus and believing yourself can achieve when no one else believes in you.

Watch the video to learn more about Ende's success and how he convinced his investors for another chance or catch the full episode here.

Related: How This Inspiring Entrepreneur Came Back From Being Broke

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Jason Saltzman

Startup Mentor, Entrepreneur, CEO of Alley

Jason Saltzman is a seasoned entrepreneur with a background in sales and marketing. Through his role as CEO of Alley and as a TechStars mentor, he advises hundreds of startups, offering real-life practical application and creative marketing advice.  

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