Beyond the Spark #6 - 'As soon as you think this is a success, you're sowing the seeds of your own downfall'

Stuart Sumner
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Stuart Sumner speaks to Kris Saxton, CEO and co-founder of Automation Logic. They discuss the difficulties of managing change and conflict during the pandemic, and staying true to your original vision as you go through the startup journey

Beyond the Spark is a new podcast from Computing where we speak to the founders of some of the world's most exciting and fastest growing companies. Every startup is born from blood, sweat and te...

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