David Pachter

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David Pachter is an author, speaker, and entrepreneur. He is the Executive Chairman of JumpCrew and YouNow, and serves on the board of Staff Management Services, and his book, REMOTE LEADERSHIP: How to Accelerate Achievement and Create a Community in a Work-From-Home World, is available now. In addition to co-founding JumpCrew, he also founded Bond Street Group and co-founded LocalVox, serving as CEO for both. Connect with David: DavidPachter.com

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