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How and Why Our Startup Failed

A founder’s honest reflections on hitting the wall and coming out the other side

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OnOn Blue Monday last month (pseudoscientifically the most depressing day of the year, to which I can now anecdotally attest), my co-founder, Byron McCaughey, and I decided to close our startup, Track.




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3x VC-backed tech startup founder/MD; 1 exit, 1 failure, 1 in progress.

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