Mark Organ is the CEO and Founder of Influitive, which helps B2B companies mobilize their army of advocates for more rapid and profitable revenue growth. They leverage partners' past successes to produce massive increases in referral leads, reference calls, social media participation and more. Mark first revolutionized B2B marketing as the founding CEO of Eloqua, a world leader in marketing automation software, which was acquired by Oracle for $871M. Throughout his life, Mark has lived in Toronto, Silicon Valley, Chicago and Singapore. He has founded 6 companies, raised more than 15 rounds of financing, hired over 250 people, and built 7 offices around the world. On this episode you'll learn: What are some of the differences in starting a company the second time around? What are the differences in funding impact when obtained via angel investors vs local capital? What advice does Mark have to entrepreneurs navigating exiting a company for the first time?