Serial entrepreneur bags $110 million for his latest venture
Priya Wadhwa
10X People

Serial entrepreneur bags $110 million for his latest venture

Failures are just learning experiences

One of the oldest adages in the startup ecosystem is “serial entrepreneurs make the best entrepreneurs”. In Silicon Valley, the startup capital of the world, a failed startup is almost worn like a badge of honour, which shows that you tried and gained experience from the journey.

Ultimately, that is what is most important – even though you might have failed, you have gained valuable lessons along the way that will help you avoid the pitfalls and mistakes in your next venture. In other words, practice makes perfect.

One of the people that can certainly affirm those words is Eugenio Pace, the founder of Auth0, who has already raised $110 million for his venture.

During an exclusive interview for the DealMakers Podcast, Eugenio shared why he left a well-paying job at Microsoft to launch his own startup, and how he thinks about building a company and pitching investors. However, before this successful venture, Eugenio also had a failed startup – learn more about his story and what ultimately made him successful here.