October 22, 2019

Got Acquired

Pat Cheung @patcheung

After growing the startup for about 5 years, we got acquired by a large public healthcare staffing company.

Looking back, it was a long journey that felt like it went by in a blink of an eye. All the highs and lows (on the personal level and with the business), the unsung 14 hour days, the major and minor pivots...all worth it.

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