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On the grapevine: A startup boss keeps his dental game on point with glossing & flossing

The founder goes back to a dentist more often than necessary to get his teeth looked at.

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Dec 10, 2019, 11.07 AM IST
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Reassured that his dental game is on point, the start-up guru, nevertheless, says that he’s in the news a lot and requires the glossing and flossing.
Reassured that his dental game is on point, the start-up guru, nevertheless, says that he’s in the news a lot and requires the glossing and flossing.
Being a start-up hotshot means that you’re always in the public eye. But gone are the days of worn sweatshirts and scruffy jeans. These former whiz kids have metamorphosed during their meteoric rise. They have gone in for cosmetic treatments, not in the least on their pearly whites. Their teeth are said to have undergone “a lot of work”, not so long ago.

Yet, one of the founders goes back more often than necessary to get his teeth looked at. Reassured that his dental game is on point, the start-up guru, nevertheless, says that he’s in the news a lot and requires the glossing and flossing. You can’t blame him — a book is often judged by its cover.

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The millennials are all grown up, and now as top bosses, they have some words of wisdom to give to the next generation.Millennials in the workforce are shaping the world around us. Take for instance the likes of Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook), Brian Chesky (Airbnb), Evan Spiegel (Snap) and Ben Silbermann (Pinterest). As driven by mission as money, the generation once described as lazy and entitled is aged between 36 to 38 and has risen to influential roles.Here is the advice they would like to give to the newer generation coming into the workforce:
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