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American entrepreneur, blogger and author Eric Ries talks to Audible about the release of his latest audiobook, The Startup Way. An intelligent, innovative and highly educational title, it has received rave reviews from critics and industry experts. In this exclusive interview, Eric discusses his journey from business mogul to celebrated author as well as his advice to companies of varying sizes in what he deems is an unknown and ever-changing time for the economy.

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  • Joseph Pangilinan
  • 13-03-19

Corporate startups

Loved this. This resource is Awesome for Corporate startups & entrepreneurship and Innovation team champions.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-07-19

Well done

Well done interview. Eric has a very good understanding of what he has written about in the Lean Startup. It would have been nicer if it was longer and he was allowed to get into more detail. I still love the book though.