The $850 Billion Market Opportunity with Steven Hornyak

Episode 196 November 24, 2021 01:14:14
The $850 Billion Market Opportunity with Steven Hornyak
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The $850 Billion Market Opportunity with Steven Hornyak
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Show Notes

Born out of GM's Global Innovation organization, BrightDrop aims to change how the world moves goods while helping improve our environment to sustain the places in which we live, work and play. Heading their sales and marketing strategy is Chief Revenue Officer, Steven Hornyak, who Zooms with Dennis to discuss the $850 billion market opportunity in the parcel, food delivery, and reverse logistics space.

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Episode Notes

 
> Steven Hornyak |  https://tinyurl.com/ycch2wes
> About BrightDrop  |  https://tinyurl.com/bmyhppat
 

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