Episode: IOF 002: Mitch Sayers: From Social Start-up Incubator to Big Money Management

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IOF 002: Mitch Sayers: From Social Start-up Incubator to Big Money Management

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Mitchell Sayers won the McColl School of Business case competition as an incoming freshman. He previously interned for a social entrepreneurship startup incubator and most recently interned with Ameriprise Financial. Mitch talks about getting into finance from a smaller school, dealing with failure early on in your career development and how he separated himself from other great candidates.

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