The Founder and former CEO of Five9 and DoctorBase shares his thoughts and insights
From the humble roots of growing up in a liquor store to creating a publicly traded company, John Sung Kim has enough lessons learned in business to write a book.
John Sung Kim, founder and inventor of the cloud software company Five9, which went public on the NASDAQ market in 2014 at a $350 million valuation. He has also acted as an adviser to venture-capital funded start-ups such as Odesk, RingCentral, Qualys, 6connect, and LGC Wireless. Kim served as the CEO of the mobile healthcare company DoctorBase.com which was just acquired by Kareo, a provider of cloud-based software and services for small medical practices.
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