In the start-up world failure equals success. It’s the paradox of innovation. A company needs to fail in order to gather information, make adjustments and push out a new better version. This philosophy sets innovators apart from the traditional old-school business values that only value actual success. But at what point do you stop iterating and make the big pivot to close up shop and move on? On this episode of Tech Bites (@TechBitesHRN) in-studio guest Meghan Carreau (@meg.carreau), CEO/Founder of TuckrBox (@TuckrBox), the farm-to-lunchbox meal delivery company powered by an iOS app for kids, shares her story. Her start-up had all the right moves with a great idea, successful initial funding, participation in the Google incubator, beta testing, and then…the pivot.

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