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How to be a CEO: How to Exit with William Reeve, CEO of Goodlord

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William Reeve (Goodlord)
William Reeve (Goodlord)

William Reeve knows a thing or two about how to sell a successful start-up.

His first, Fletcher Research, was bought for around £20m in 1999. He followed that up in 2011 with a reported £200m sale of LoveFilm to Amazon.

Since then he’s worked with household names like Secret Escapes and PaddyPower, helping to develop their businesses.

Now he’s CEO of digital property lettings platform Goodlord and a non-executive director at Dunelm.

Listen here, or here:

In this episode we talk about:

  • Why CEOs should prioritise building a good company, not a sellable one

  • Advice on exit strategies

  • Leadership skills

  • The archaic property rental sector and how to change it

  • How interest rates and the cost of living are affecting SMEs

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