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The Immigrant Entrepreneur

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Immigrants create over 35% of Silicon Valley start-ups, including Google, eBay, Intel, Yahoo and PayPal. 40% of Fortune 500 companies were started by immigrants or their children. Over 27% of all new businesses in this country are created by immigrants. How do they do it? At the Immigrant Entrepreneur, I interview these successful founders to understand their struggles, breakthroughs, resources, and successes.

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Randy Rayess lives in New York City, attended the Wharton engineering program at UPenn, and loves technology. He co-founded VenturePact, a platform for companies to find, connect, scope, and engage software development teams. Their teams are trusted by General Electric, Honda, Bosch, Coca Cola, and other prominent brands. In this episode of the...