“Survival During Crisis” with Former CEO of Rotten Tomatoes

Patrick Lee, a serial entrepreneur best known for being a co-founder and former CEO of Rotten Tomatoes will share the arduous past of growth




Running a business is difficult and comes with a lot of stress that if not managed properly can lead to a lot of problems for a founder, especially during difficult times like market crash. A lot of business are going to struggling to stay alive, and even more, are going to fail. It’s tempting for some founders to give in to the challenging times which ultimately results in the collapse of their businesses. However, it doesn’t necessarily have to be so, with a little creativity and some innovation, founders can adapt and still keep their businesses afloat in these times.

In this upcoming HYSTA talk, we will hear the live experiences of a seasoned serial entrepreneur – Patrick Lee, the co-founder and former CEO of Rotten Tomatoes, and the one who starts 6 companies in 20 years, to share the arduous past of startup growth, how to create opportunities in a time of crisis, and gain insights into how he sees entrepreneurial ways evolving in the future.

Join us in conversation with Patrick and also uncover:

How Rotten Tomatoes went from side hustle to the world’s most trusted movie review site?

What unique challenges has a serial startup founder like Patrick experienced especially as an Asian American in business?

Startup leadership and lessons learned in unprecedented times: the good, the bad, the ugly.

Want to hear more future insights and practical tips from Patrick? Join HYSTA Talk on Nov 6 at 7pm!

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Nov 06 2021


10:00 pm - 11:30 pm

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