Blogs  / May 3, 2016

[Podcast] Entrepreneurial Lessons From the Founders of SF Sketchfest

by Rebekah Iliff

When we think of entrepreneurship, we tend to picture startups and unicorns. But there are so many different types of businesses that revolve around taking risks. An event-based business is similar to a fast-growing tech company in the sense that both have goals of growth, attracting talent, and getting recognition from the press. So what can we learn from a more diverse range of businesses types?

Here, I interview SF Sketchfest co-founders Cole Stratton, David Owen, and Janet Varney to hear about their entrepreneurial journeys and what they’ve learned along the way. [FYI, the power of comedy is real.]

Listen to the interview below, and tweet @Onclusive with your favorite funny takeaway.

Thanks, (author) Rebekah! Meet another bright mind behind the scenes at Onclusive…