Nov 27, 2019
About this Nugget:
This nugget was pulled from episode 147 from an interview with Nathan Richardson. It’s on taking time off, helping people in need and coming back a better entrepreneur.
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In this nugget we have Nathan Richardson, at the time of recording the interview he was in the middle of building TradeIT, a company he’s since had a successful exit from. He was burnt out, so he went to Libya to help rebuild the infrastructure, such as schools, fresh water and supported women who faced gender based violence. Helping people in such need gave him the strength to come back and build again.
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The host John Siracusa has recorded over 270 episodes as the host of the Bank On It & Before the A fintech podcasts where he interviews founders building the future of fintech and the VCS/Angels who fund them.
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About Nathan Richardson:
Nathan has had multiple successful exits and led humanitarian efforts in post conflict countries such as Libya.
About the host:
John, is the host of the ‘Bank On It’ podcast recorded onsite in Wall Street at Carpenter Group, and 'Before the A' podcast recorded onsite in Flat Iron at Barclays/Techstars Rise NYC. He’s a highly sought after fintech, VC and financial services industry enthusiast and connector. He’s in the center of the fintech ecosystem, keeping current with the ever-innovating industry. Stay in the fintech know by subscribing to ‘Bank On It’, ‘Before the A’