Play Your Edges And Push The Boundaries With Joseph Fung
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Joseph Fung is the Co-Founder and CEO of Uvaro, a tech sales career accelerator, and Kiite, an AI firm. A graduate of the University of Waterloo’s Computer Engineering program, Joseph’s a five-time technology Founder & CEO, and with multiple successful exits, and speaks frequently on the topics of sales leadership, diversity, and corporate social responsibility.
He has launched multiple grassroots community programs and is an active early-stage investor who ensures that the majority of his investments are into women-led companies. Joseph also sits on the board of Communitech and led Uvaro’s commitment to Pledge 1%, where the company has donated a portion of its equity to charities focused on diversity & inclusion. He is the host of The Seller’s Journey podcast.
- How his parents encouraged him to push the boundaries and focus on his talents
- What motivated him to start his first software programming company while still in college
- The advantages and disadvantages of open-source programming
- How he successfully built and sold his first few companies
- How learning more and doing something else became his motivation
- How working with big minds gave him more fuel to maximize growth and potential
- The importance of creating a great workplace culture for business teams
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