Ron Tarro describes himself as “a nerd” who started out studying mathematics. He began his career in software development, followed by a stint for consulting giant Ernst and Young, then helped launch and run his own telecom company.
Now in venture capital, Tarro told me “when you run a company, the thing that you need to be particularly careful… is [that] you are single-minded in your vision. And as a practical matter, what you don't know can kill you.”
Join us for the whole episode and all of Ron’s wise insights on what it takes to successfully start a company.
Co-Host of Radio Cade
Co-Founder of the Cade Museum for Creativity and Invention
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