Jim McKelvey is a invenor, serial entrepreneur, philanthropist, artist, and author. His newest book is The Innovation Stack: Building an Unbeatable Business One Crazy Idea at a Time. He is the cofounder of Square, and still serves on the Board of Directors as well as serves as the Independent Director of the St. Louis Federal Reserve. In 2011, his iconic card reader design was inducted into the Museum of Modern Art. Jim McKelvey also founded Invisibly, an ambitious project to rewire the economics of online content, in 2016.
The co-founder of Square, Jim McKelvey shares why you don’t have to be a genius to become a successful entrepreneur, why trying to sell bathroom faucet to a lady in Panama caused him to come up with the idea to start Square, what it’s like to work with Jack Dorsey (the founder of Twitter), Peter Thiel (the investor behind Facebook), and much more.Read More »