Many in tech celebrate failure much as they do college dropouts who make it big: Steve Jobs-like visionaries whose failures were simply ideas that were ahead of their time. Certainly, failure offers hard-won lessons—the tech equivalent of training to be a Navy SEAL—that can help an entrepreneur succeed in the next venture. Regardless, entrepreneurs themselves are far less sanguine about the experience.
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Steve Gilman '15
“To organize a robust community, sometimes you have to put walls around it,” says Steve Gilman ‘15 about his company, Block Party Suites.