A website for entrepreneurs features an interview with one of the founders of the successful app Foursquare. The interviewer asks the founder about the history of the company and its changes. The owner notes he had worked on similar enterprises in the past and used the information to create Foursquare. He discusses why he stepped down as chief executive officer. He gives some tips for other entrepreneurs. One is to get help when needed. Another is to be transparent.
- Dennis Crowley shares how his social apps got off the ground and developed.
- Crowley explains how he never envisioned one of Foursquare’s functions to be so useful to consumers.
- Crowley talks about how his future plans after stepping down as CEO.
“On this episode of Resilience, Entrepreneur Network partner Jason Saltzman sits down with Dennis Crowley, co-founder of Dodgeball and Foursquare.”
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