SIGN UP NOW: Lessons in pitching, leading, and building a company from Steve Martocci, the serial entrepreneur who sold GroupMe for $85 million when he was just 27 — and has raised more than $100 million for his new music startup Splice
One, two, three.
First came GroupMe, the messaging company sold to Skype in 2011 at just a year old. Then Blade, the "Uber for helicopters" startup founded in 2014 that's become a fixture of the summering set and now pivoted amid the pandemic. And now Splice, the music platform that's raised more than $100 million, per Pitchbook, on the way to remaking how songs are produced.In the world of consumer technology,
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