This week on The Exit. Lee Blaylock is a third-generation entrepreneur: both his grandfather and father were real estate entrepreneurs, so Lee was bound to become one. He just needed to find a compelling idea at the right time. When his father sadly passed away, Lee found himself focusing on his studies, and he discovered his love for software and tech. This led him to work for Dell for a very long time, before he finally got recruited to work on his true passion — software — at Oracle. Two years later, Lee quit Oracle to start his first business, ServiceLane, a directory for home-oriented service providers. Lee went on to exit ServiceLane after it was funded by some of the biggest names in the industry, and he exited numerous other businesses. With this many exits under his belt, Lee has some great advice and tips for whoever wants to turn a passion into a business. Tune in and grab pen and paper!
Lee Blaylock is the founder or co-founder of ConstructionBevy, NiceLeads, Find A Game, Annandale Capital, and ServiceLane. The first company he started, ServiceLane, was funded by Austin Ventures, Fremont Ventures, and Silicon Valley Bank, and was sold to Owens Corning. ConstructionBevy is a FinTech-enabled marketplace for the commercial construction industry, where they aim to help general contractors find the right trade partners for their work.
His current company: https://www.linkedin.com/company/constructionbevy/
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