Life after Yardly: A post-exit interview

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Sheldon Zhang reflects on what it was like to sell Yardly and how he hopes his new project, Zalis Ventures, will help early-stage founders benefit from what he has learned. Plus, a new cohort of social innovators, a couple of award-winners, and a scam-detecting maverick.
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Karen Unland
Karen Unland
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Life after Yardly: A post-exit interview
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