Thursday 26 April
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Today on StartupSmart, we speak to Matt Rockman, who has seamlessly made the transition from co-founder of online recruitment giant Seek to start-up investor.
After reportedly making a tidy $40 million from his Seek exit in 2006, Rockman has become a significant player in Australia’s start-up community.
Today, he reveals his start-up lessons from Seek, as well as outlines the attributes he looks for in up-and-coming entrepreneurs.
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