In this Wharton Entrepreneurs Workshop, serial entrepreneur Jack Abraham, W’08, discusses why timing is often more important than the idea for an entrepreneurial venture.
At 24, he sold his first company, Milo.com, to eBay for $75 million. Now Director of Local and eBay Marketplaces, Jack provides examples from some of the Silicon Valley’s biggest successes.
Watch the workshop in its entirety below:
Posted: October 13, 2011