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Latitude Episode 10: What Pro Wrestling Tapes Can Teach You About Entrepreneurship


Who would have thought selling Japanese pro wrestling tapes on eBay as a teenager would lay the groundwork for Rob Hunter and carry his entrepreneurial spirit into his 30’s?

But that’s exactly what happened. Wrestling tapes led to real estate, which led to franchising ice cream shops in Canada, which led to starting up HigherMe and winning a 43North award in 2016.

This week on Latitude Rob provides incredible insight into how to foster the entrepreneurial mindset and how HigherMe is aiming to make the hiring of hourly employees a lot easier.

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