Errette Dunn cut his teeth at manufacturing leaders Toyota and Airbus before getting into the startup game. Now as founder and CEO of Rever, he is working to enable nimbler and more innovative practices in workplaces all over the world.
In this interview, Dunn talks about:
- Why gaining experience at a large, established businesses can be good for your career
- How scary and liberating it feels to work in a new startup
- The importance of networking for founders
Dunn also explains the importance of networking and how the Founder Institute helped provide for him that “big kick in the butt” that everyone needs to jump into a new venture. Find Errette and Rever on Twitter: @errettedunn and @reverhq.