William J. Tobin Describes His Career As An Entrepreneur From His Book Confessions Of A Compulsive Entrepreneur And Inventor

Bill Tobin, author of Confessions of a Compulsive Entrepreneur and Inventor

William J. Tobin started ten companies, invented many products, holds fifteen patents, and waged and won battles against some of the largest corporations in the world.

Bill figured out how to make money during the birth of the Internet in 1994.

Bill was raised in a City Assisted Housing Project in NY City to become Inc. Magazine’s Entrepreneur of the Year and selected one of the Top 100 Marketing Executive by Ad Age magazine.

We’ll talk about his book Confessions of a Compulsive Entrepreneur and Inventor, which is part memoir, part tutorial and first-hand account of many start-up companies.

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