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Growth Strategies / Selling your Business

Life After Your Company Has Been Sold

Warren Webster, CEO of Coveteur and co-founder of Patch, tells his story of life after selling his company.
- VIP Contributor
Startup Mentor, Entrepreneur, CEO of Alley
2 min read
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Selling your company can be one of the best days of your life. All the hard work has finally paid off and you created something that another organization needs and wants. Sometimes though that isn't the case; sometimes selling your business is like selling your dream home and driving by a year later to see they have changed everything. On this episode of Resilience, Warren Webster, CEO of Coveteur and co-founder of Patch, tells his story of life after selling his company. 

Watch the video to learn more about what happened after Warren sold his business or catch the full episode here.

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