On this week’s StartUp Health NOW, Drew Schiller, Co-founder and CTO of Validic, discusses the importance of pivoting and aligning your business model with a market that is telling you what they really want.
February 17, 2016
StartUp Health Insider

“We’ve Got to Pivot. It’s So Clear.”

On this week’s StartUp Health NOW, Drew Schiller, Co-founder and CTO of Validic, discusses the importance of pivoting and aligning your business model with a market that is telling you what they really want.

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