Interview on Mixergy

by Chandoo on August 27, 2015 · 0 comments

in Books & Resources for Startups

Hi friends,

Here is a quick update. Recently, Andrew Warner, who runs Mixergy, interviewed me about the how I started Chandoo.org, how I run the business and what is next. Check it out here:

Chandoo’s interview on Mixergy.

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