What a Masters Degree Really Teaches You (With Sigo Seguros' Nestor Solari)
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"I met my cofounder on the first day. A year later we started working together. We graduated and worked together. That alone was the price of admission."

Nestor Solari, Co-Founder and CEO of Sigo Seguros, an insurance technology company providing affordable access to auto insurance through its bilingual, mobile-first platform, is no stranger to schooling. With a bachelor's degree, MA in International Studies, and MBA in his back pocket, Nestor felt well-equipped to start his own company -- or so he thought.

In this episode of the American Dream podcast, Nestor reflects on what a Master's degree really taught him, how living abroad altered his United States experience, and he shares the resources that help him succeed as an entrepreneur today.

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