Black Founder

by Stacy Spikes
Black Founder

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From the award-winning entrepreneur USA Today named one of the 21 most influential Blacks in technology comes an empowering, bracingly honest, entertaining blueprint for success in life and work - including the true story of what really happened to MoviePass, the nation's groundbreaking first-ever theatrical subscription service - straight from the co-founder and former CEO himself Stacy Spikes knows what's it like to be an outsider. He certainly knew he didn't fit the mould of a successful future tech entrepreneur. But he marshalled his resilience and ultimately set out to shatter that mould - along with the glass ceiling that came with it. Finding his footing in the tech world was an education in the complexities of being an outsider - but as Stacy came to see, rather than a hindrance, it afforded him a unique position of power. Beginning as a film studio gopher, Spikes quickly rose through the industry ranks, being named one of the Hollywood Reporter's 30 Under 30. Still, he was a
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From the award-winning entrepreneur USA Today named one of the 21 most influential Blacks in technology comes an empowering, bracingly honest, entertaining blueprint for success in life and work - including the true story of what really happened to MoviePass, the nation's groundbreaking first-ever theatrical subscription service - straight from the co-founder and former CEO himself Stacy Spikes knows what's it like to be an outsider. He certainly knew he didn't fit the mould of a successful future tech entrepreneur. But he marshalled his resilience and ultimately set out to shatter that mould - along with the glass ceiling that came with it. Finding his footing in the tech world was an education in the complexities of being an outsider - but as Stacy came to see, rather than a hindrance, it afforded him a unique position of power. Beginning as a film studio gopher, Spikes quickly rose through the industry ranks, being named one of the Hollywood Reporter's 30 Under 30. Still, he was a