Kenneth Knoll - Goose & Gander

75 minutes

Kenneth Knoll is an investor, serial entrepreneur, Partner and Board Member of WeGoLook, and the CEO and Co-Founder of Goose & Gander, a consultancy focused on enabling adoption of emerging technologies and businesses. Prior to founding Goose & Gander, Kenneth served as the Chief Operating Officer at WeGoLook, an information validation company, until its acquisition in 2017.

In this episode, Kenneth discusses his journey from venture investments to WeGoLook and Goose & Gander. He also examines the strategy behind the technology that drives the gig economy.

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