Episode 108

Starting & Selling a Leading European Food Delivery Service with Ana Mineva

On The Exit this week: How does a young girl who grew up in communist Bulgaria end up starting a leading food delivery business? When Ana returned to her job after maternity leave to find she’d been demoted, she had the all the motivation she needed to launch her first business. After 10 years the company was more than a business, it felt more like one of her children. So why did Ana decide to exit? Listen to find out.

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LinkedIn – https://www.linkedin.com/in/ana-mineva/

Website – https://www.dglegacy.com/ 

The Exit Meetups – https://flippa.com/the-exit-meetups/

Her Future Event – https://flippa.com/events/her-future/

 

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Steve McGarry

An entrepreneur, content creator, and investor based in sunny Tampa, Florida. In 2015, while living in San Francisco, Steve sold his first fintech startup LendLayer to Max Levchin’s (founder of PayPal) consumer finance company Affirm.