The Private Market Plague: Talking Bad Data with Abraham Elias

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Abraham Elias is who you would call the 1% of the 1% when it comes to Technology Leaders. He has a highly decorated background as a serial entrepreneur and is a Sequoia capital-backed founder and former chief innovation officer at c3.ai. He joins us to discuss how despite having huge investments in data, most executives don’t trust their business data to make decisions. Does that sound familiar to you? To read the transcript of this episode, head over to our website at www.gomercatus.com/podcasts/ and be sure to sign up for our Mercatus Digest newsletter to stay up to date on the latest insights and updates in the private markets. Click that follow button and leave us a review on iTunes, we’d love to hear from you.

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