Making Something out of Nothing: Demystifying Entrepreneurship | Marc Gorlin | TEDxUGA

Atlanta-based entrepreneur Marc Gorlin has found success in the business world by fearlessly pursuing innovative ideas. His talk shows us that with a little bit of magic, even the impossible can become reality.

Alumnus Marc Gorlin is an Atlanta-based entrepreneur and current founder of Roadie, the first “on-the-way” delivery network. The Roadie app enables efficient, low cost delivery for senders by tapping into the unused capacity in passenger vehicles already on the road. Previously, Gorlin co-founded several highly successful start-up ventures including Kabbage Inc., Pretty Good Privacy, and VerticalOne. Gorlin is an active speaker on raising venture funding and has spoken at conferences including the Technology Association of Georgia, Internet Summit, and Southeastern Venture Conference. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from the Grady College of Journalism & Mass Communication, and remains an avid bulldog fan today.

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8 Comments on “Making Something out of Nothing: Demystifying Entrepreneurship | Marc Gorlin | TEDxUGA”

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  2. Awesome video! I'm surprised at the lack of views also. My key word was just "entrepreneur"

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