Serial entrepreneur and Lifebook founder Roy Moed speaks exclusively to IBTimes UK about the rapidly changing environment for start-ups (Photo: IBTimes UK)
The path to becoming a successful entrepreneur has evolved over the last few decades due to the ever-changing digital landscape and a variety of financial crises that have hindered start-up firms looking to secure capital.
However, veteran entrepreneur Roy Moëd has successfully ticked off three decades of starting up businesses, which includes his latest venture LifeBook.
In a video interview with IBTimes UK, Moëd talks about his journey from having 29 jobs before setting up his first business to his latest company, a professional autobiography service that taps into a market that wants to get back to basics.
For the full video interview, check out IBTimes TV or the video at the top right-hand side of this page.
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