Business runs on technology and the evolution of that technology is critical. From early websites to failed business plans, business owners have many challenges to navigate. Carter Malloy faced tons of challenges advocating for an investment approach he strongly believed in: buying farmland. Today we bring you a special episode sponsored by Dell as part of their PodFerence, a podcast-based conference to celebrate Small Business Month. Carter Malloy, who is the founder and CEO of AcreTrader, joins us to share lessons learned during his early steps into entrepreneurship. He talks about early lessons his father and mentors taught him, how technology has helped evolve his business, surrounding yourself with people who don’t think like you, and the overall grit and determination it takes to be a business owner.
Big thanks to Carter Malloy from Acre Trader for joining us to talk about technology, entrepreneurship and Acre Trader. To learn more, visit their website.
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