[This post is part of an on-going series of video interviews with members of the start-up community – see a list of links to the full series here.]
Auditor, commercial banker, venture lender, investment banker, private equity investor, venture capitalist, angel investor. If it relates to evaluating the prospects of a business, Maia Heymann has done it. Maia has an absolutely staggering amount of experience for someone still at the midpoint of an average person’s career. She’s a delightful person to speak with and a fount of wisdom. So when we got together for a cup of coffee this week week, I knew I had to capture lightning in a bottle and add her to the video interview series. This conversation was recorded in October 2012. (Email subscribers, click here for video.)
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