Jody Glidden’s Journey From Teenage Entrepreneur To CEO Of Introhive

As an elementary school kid, he learned to create prize-winning software. As a teenager in Fredericton, he sold hockey cards and made enough money to buy a car, and then launched an arcade and pool business. On this week’s episode, Mark Leger talks to Jody about how he went on to work for and launch many tech startups. He’s now the founder and CEO of Introhive, a software company that employs around 350 people in the Maritimes, U.S. Europe and India. And it’s poised to grow even more with a recent $100-million (U.S.) investment.

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