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Smart People Should Build Things: Wiley Cerilli, Co-Founder & Co-CEO of Good Uncle
On seeing windows in a windowless building
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· Senior Comms & Development Mgr at VFA
sits down with
for one of our most raw and honest interviews about the pressures and emotional challenges of starting a company. Wiley lost his father at a young age and bounced around colleges for a year or two while trying to work full time to help his family. In 2000 he joined the SeamlessWeb founding team prior to their epic launch and spent 13 years building the company. In 2010 Wiley started SinglePlatform, a company that helped small businesses manage their digital presence, which eventually sold to Constant Contact for $100million. After a quick stint at First Round Capital Wiley founded
, a company giving people access to crave-worthy food no matter where they live. If you are an aspiring founder you really don't want to miss Wiley's incredible story and why his father has always inspired him to see windows in a windowless building.
2 years ago