Molly McCartin is an investor partner at Drive Capital who not too long ago was working for a growing startup in Chicago. She’s moved over to the investment side and she shares her insights about how to make the transition in this episode of Ask Drive Anything. For more videos like these, subscribe to our channel 👇
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