In 1997, Jay Sanders sold his 10 months old medical device start-up company for more than $ 33 million. Looking to the future, he wondered if this is a success, he could turn into a medical device brokerage business. When he reviewed his career history and development of its start-up, Sanders was betting that he to repeat his success.

In 1997, Jay Sanders sold his 10 months old medical device start-up company for more than $ 33 million. Looking to the future, he wondered if this is a success, he could turn into a medical device brokerage business. When he reviewed his career history and development of its start-up, Sanders was betting that he to repeat his success.
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Diane M. Burton,
Katherine Lawrence
Source: Harvard Business School
18 pages.
Release Date: 20, January 1998. Prod #: 498021-PDF-ENG
Jerry Sanders HBR case solution

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