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Jude Gomila: Building the world's knowledge engine

On this episode of Startup Foundations, Jude Gomila, an angel investor, serial entrepreneur, and father, joins us to discuss how he is juggling parenthood and being a CEO, as well as his approach to building products and investing in startups.

About This Episode:

Jude discusses his startup, Golden, and how their technology works, as well as the company’s customer base and product development. We talk about HeyZap, Jude’s previous venture, which was acquired by Fyber in 2016. Jude also shares his story about moving to Silicon Valley, finding a co-founder, and navigating his first major exit.

Jude also shares his thoughts on the post-pandemic startup landscape and what advice he has for people thinking about launching their startups right now.

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