The path from Internet entrepreneur to Internet millionaire is not a straight one. Just ask Nooruddin “Rudy” Karsan. He just successfully sold his biggest Internet company, Kenexa, which makes human resources software, to IBM for $1.3-billion. Karsan’s personal share of that deal was reported by the Financial Times to be about $56-million.
Karsan was a keynoter at the Founder Factory Conference in Philadelphia last month. Read more about his internet entrepreneur’s journey in this month’s “CompuSchmooze” column in the Jewish Community Voice of Southern New Jersey.
Go here to watch the videos we’ve produced from the conference.
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