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#2209 How DocSend sold to Dropbox for $165,000,000

When you hear that today’s guest sold his document sharing startup to Dropbox for $165M you might wonder how someone could be so lucky. Well, as you’ll hear in this interview, it was not an easy journey.
Russ Heddleston is the founder of DocSend which was acquired by Dropbox.

Russ Heddleston is the founder of DocSend which was acquired by Dropbox.

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Published by Ashley Stiven

Ashley Stiven is a physiotherapist with more than 20 years of experience. He has helped and worked with numerous professional athletes and sports teams.

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