PrecisionLender CEO Shares Entrepreneurial Journey With Sramana Mitra

June 20, 2017 Maria Abbe

A few weeks ago, Carl Ryden, CEO at PrecisionLender, sat down with Sramana Mitra, founder of One Million by One Million (1M by 1M) to share his journey of entrepreneurship, how PrecisionLender started, and where it is today. 1M by 1M is the first global virtual accelerator for entrepreneurs, and is headquartered in Silicon Valley.

Mitra frequently showcases CEOs who’ve started their own companies in a segment on her blog entitled, “Entrepreneur Case Studies.” She walks through their journeys and sheds light on how they built their businesses. The interviews are both informational and inspiring.

We were excited to have Carl featured on Mitra’s blog and wanted to share his story with you. You can find Carl’s interview here

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Maria Abbe

As a Content Manager here at PrecisionLender, Maria develops the messaging, stories and content pieces for prospects and current clients – showing them the value in PrecisionLender. Her passion for serving others is evident as she leads the volunteer program here at PrecisionLender. Maria’s ability to be organized and constructive, along with her ability to be practical makes her an exceptional addition to our team.

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