We asked our listeners to pick their favorite podcast episodes of the year, and then delved in to see what the numbers had to say. This week you can check out our roundup of the most popular episodes of 2015.
From the most shared to the most downloaded, we’ve assembled only the best for you.
#1 Most Popular Episode of 2015
Mark Patey started Prodigy Engineering in 2010 to help companies leverage hybrid engine technology. Four short years later, Patey accepted a multi-million dollar offer to buy the company. Listen Here.
The Best of 2015
Listen now to hear the lessons Bo Burlingham has learned from interviewing hundreds of entrepreneurs regarding their business exit. Listen here.
Aaron Walker thought the money from selling his business would make him happy, but life after selling was a lot harder than he thought. Listen here.
Small service-based businesses are typically not worth very much, but Walter Bergeron made one simple change to his business model and garnered a $10 M acquisition offer. Listen here.
The Most Shared Episodes of 2015
After starting and exiting BabyCenter.com, Mark Selcow built Merced Systems into a profitable business in year one. Ten years later he sold Merced for $192 million, over 3 times the top-line revenue. Listen here.
In this episode you’re going to hear from Erik Huberman, who started Swag of the Month, a T-shirt business he quickly scaled from start-up to sale in 18 months. Huberman considers the exit a success, but during negotiations there was one question he wishes he had never answered Listen here.
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