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Episode 5  |  01:06:04 hours

Episode 5: Serial entrepreneur and President of Openpath, James Segil

Episode 5  |  01:06:04 hours  |  01.18.2021

Episode 5: Serial entrepreneur and President of Openpath, James Segil

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This is a podcast episode titled, Episode 5: Serial entrepreneur and President of Openpath, James Segil. The summary for this episode is: <p>Chase is joined by OpenPath President, James Segil. They cover James’ entrepreneurial journey through starting five companies, including a 400 million dollar sale to Verizon. James talks about why this is the right time for landlords to invest in technology and be a leader in the space to emerge from COVID-19 stronger than before. </p><p>They spend a few minutes talking about proprietary data that OpenPath has collected and analyzed in the form of their Social Distance Index.</p><p>James and Chase finish the episode covering books they’ve re-read, informational diet, and business etiquette pet peeves.</p><p><br/><br/></p>

Chase is joined by OpenPath President, James Segil. They cover James’ entrepreneurial journey through starting five companies, including a 400 million dollar sale to Verizon. James talks about why this is the right time for landlords to invest in technology and be a leader in the space to emerge from COVID-19 stronger than before. 

They spend a few minutes talking about proprietary data that OpenPath has collected and analyzed in the form of their Social Distance Index.

James and Chase finish the episode covering books they’ve re-read, informational diet, and business etiquette pet peeves.



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