Exiting The Business, But Not Entrepreneurship

Exiting The Business, But Not Entrepreneurship Avatar Posted by Exit Promise under Strategy
From http://exitpromise.com 121 days ago
Made Hot by: problogger78 on December 19, 2013 3:29 pm
For Bill Hinchey, his entrepreneurial journey was one of rapid growth. Just not in the way he initially hoped for. In just 13 years, he saw the sun care product company he started with two partners in a Pennsylvania basement develop into a worldwide leader in the medical device industry.

By the early 2000’s, the company, OraSure Technologies, was at the top of its field. Hinchey had survived through embracing innovation rather than resisting it and always keeping a lookout for the next big thing. In 2001, it was time for Hinchey to make his boldest move yet. He got out.

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Written by kingofcontent92
117 days ago

True, true. We can exit the business but not the entrepreneurship. It is in our blood and it will be always there, seeking opportunity to earn something.

Yet again, another great article. We appreciate you sharing with us.

Written by Exit Promise
118 days ago

You are welcome Tiroberts. Thank you!

Written by tiroberts
118 days ago

I really enjoyed your perspective on this. Thanks for sharing with us.

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