This week on The Exit: From selling her own company to mentoring other women entrepreneurs. This episode of the exit is a full circle entrepreneurial story from starting a business, building it into a successful company, to exiting and becoming an investor helping other women grow their businesses. Robbie tells how timing is everything, she was in the right place at the right time and a connection saw the potential of the company. Robbie continued to build the company and negotiate an exit at the same time. She knew the leverage she had and worked it to her advantage to get the best deal she could. Now as an angel investor, Robbie looks to empower other women to help them achieve their goals. Listen to find out what advice Robbie has for other founders and entrepreneurs looking to grow and exit.
Robbie Hardy is a “mentor capitalist” who knows how to navigate through the maze of the entrepreneurial journey and she wants to help other entrepreneurs do it too. Robbie Hardy is an experienced investor and entrepreneur with extensive startup and board experience. She’s climbed the corporate ladder, developed corporate strategies for Fortune 500 companies, and worked as a strategic consultant with the Kauffman Foundation. She started and grew companies of her own and cultivated her passion as a CEO and business owner.
Robbie is the Founder of xElle Ventures, an Angel fund for women investors investing in female founders. She has developed entrepreneurial programs and written two books on women-led career and life books.
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