PLAN COMMIT WIN: 90 Days to Creating a Fundable Startup – An Interview with Patrick Henry, CEO of QuestFusion
Patrick Henry, the author of PLAN COMMIT WIN: 90 Days to Creating a Fundable Startup, and the CEO of QuestFusion that provides strategic guidance to startups and emerging growth companies again joins Enterprise Radio.
Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Patrick Henry discuss the following:
- It has been nine months since the last time we spoke. Tell us about your new book, PLAN COMMIT WIN and what’ it’s all about.
- What do you base the PLAN COMMIT WIN framework on?
- I saw you have a very successful Kickstarter for PLAN COMMIT WIN. Can you tell us what worked well for you in that campaign?
- I saw your recent article in Entrepreneur about What Some Startups Succeed and Why Most Fail. Tell our listeners a little about that.
- How can people find PLAN COMMIT WIN?
Patrick Henry, the CEO of QuestFusion and the author of PLAN COMMIT WIN: 90 Days to Creating a Funcable Startup is a San Diego-based entrepreneur and the former CEO of Entropic Communications. Mr. Henry is a seasoned executive, CEO, and board of directors’ member, with over 25 years experience in managing high technology companies. Prior to forming QuestFusion, Mr. Henry had over 13 years experience as a CEO at three different startup technology companies. As CEO of Entropic, he took the company from a pre-revenue and pre-product phase, to a successful NASDAQ listed public company (Symbol: ENTR). Entropic was acquired in early 2015 by another San Diego tech company, MaxLinear (NYSE: MXL).
Mr. Henry has experience negotiating complex M&A transactions, large multi-year contracts with Fortune 100 companies, employment contracts, and major strategic partnerships.
Mr. Henry was the winner of the 2008 Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year award for Technology, the San Diego Daily Transcript 2008 Top Influentials, and 2011 San Diego Business Journal Most Admired CEO. He is an advisor to a number of startups and to EvoNexus, a San Diego non-profit trade organization and technology company incubator and accelerator.
Mr. Henry has a bachelor in Engineering Science and Mechanics with high honors from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and a MBA from the University of Southern California. He is also involved in a number of charities and civic organizations including Compassion International, the Make a Wish Foundation, the Georgia Tech Foundation, and the University of Southern California.