Although daunting, serial entrepreneur, coach, and venture capitalist, Pascal Finette, challenges the typical startup to go to scale—arguing that it's the only way how you can build truly great companies and change the world.
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Attracting attention isn't just good for social enterprises; it’s critical to their survival. Few things can help accomplish that like a great media interview. But you'll have to know how to make the most of it.