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Reimagining the workplace with Luke Finney, Co-Founder and Head of Operations @ Terminal

Point of No Return podcast

Release Date: 01/25/2019

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On this week’s show, we spoke with Luke Finney, Co-Founder and Head of Operations @ Terminal. Luke spent 7 years in the US Navy, working with a variety of small teams in the US and overseas. Upon leaving the military, he attended the Stanford IGNITE program, then worked as an associate for the Glenfarne Group, a private equity firm in NYC focused on developing, owning and operating energy and infrastructure assets in Latin America. In 2017 he started Terminal in San Francisco, pursuing a vision of a world where productive, long-term access to incredible companies is easy for people in disparate geographies. He graduated from the US Naval Academy (BSc, Aerospace Engineering/Russian) and LSE (MSc, Development Economics) before heading into the military. He’s a private pilot, enjoys diving, endurance events, and any high adrenaline activity.

 

On the show, we spoke about:

  • How he went from the military to the startup world
  • Lessons he took from his service career
  • The idea and vision behind Terminal
  • How he obtained financing from some of the world’s most important investors

 

Luke is building an interesting startup in a competitive industry. His insights and experience are remarkable. I hope that you enjoy the conversation.

 

Let us know what you think. What types of guests would like to see on the show? What topics interest you the most? Send me your thoughts at nectar@thepnr.com

 

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