20 episodes

What do you do if you’re a corporate executive in your 30s, 40s or beyond, have kids, a mortgage - and have this undeniable desire to start a company?

Execepreneur covers the journey from successful corporate executive to entrepreneur. We navigate the transition from accomplished corporate leader to launching, building and growing your first business.

We interview successful, high growth executives that have made the leap, like Matthew Lieber from Gimlet and Startup, Gary Swart from oDesk, and many others that have left McKinsey & Co., Boston Consulting Group, Microsoft, IBM, investment banking, hedge funds and more.

Execepreneur: From Executive to Entrepreneur Launch & Lead

    • Business
    • 4.9, 55 Ratings

What do you do if you’re a corporate executive in your 30s, 40s or beyond, have kids, a mortgage - and have this undeniable desire to start a company?

Execepreneur covers the journey from successful corporate executive to entrepreneur. We navigate the transition from accomplished corporate leader to launching, building and growing your first business.

We interview successful, high growth executives that have made the leap, like Matthew Lieber from Gimlet and Startup, Gary Swart from oDesk, and many others that have left McKinsey & Co., Boston Consulting Group, Microsoft, IBM, investment banking, hedge funds and more.

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
55 Ratings

55 Ratings

Fergus Cullen ,

Binge-worthy

Stumbled on this while looking for Gimlet and expect to listen to all episodes in a week. I don't have an MBA or corporate background but it's helping me think big.

Demi @ Comcastro.com ,

Great topic!

Love the idea of the show on how to transition from 9 to 5 into working for yourself - so many people struggle with this. There’s a real need here for education so that people can make the transition confidently, knowing more about what to expect.

JV Crum III ,

Great Content and Delivery

Great format, hosting, questions, and stories from top executive entrepreneurs who have not just made the transition, they took the risk, banked on the outcome, and make it happen. Inspiring, filled with golden nuggets, a podcast to take in - literally soak in - and learn from episode after episode. Great job!

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