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How David Duffield Took 20 Years And Four Startups To Develop The Corporate Culture Behind His Enterprise Software Empire | Forbes
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How David Duffield Took 20 Years And Four Startups To Develop The Corporate Culture Behind His Enterprise Software Empire | Forbes

When he was 28, David Duffield left IBM to start his own business but says he didn’t implement the skills and foundation he learned until much later into his startups. He is now worth 10.3 billion dollars and is the 14th richest man in U.S. technology. His advice for young entrepreneurs is to learn from a big corporation first before starting out on your own. “Go find one of those [big companies] and count yourself lucky to be imbued with this culture, this values system that made this company successful” says Duffield. When he was 28 Duffield left IBM to start his own business but says he didn’t implement the skills and foundation he learned until much later into his startups.

Source: https://www.forbes.com/sites/catherineperloff/2019/11/03/how-david-duffield-took-20-years-and-four-startups-to-develop-the-corporate-culture-behind-his-enterprise-software-empire/

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