Venture capitalist Bradley Tusk understands the challenges tech firms face when it comes to government regulations. His engaging collection of firsthand accounts can teach any tech start-up the hazards and rewards of dealing with politicians and government regulators. Tusk recognizes that disruptive tech makes regulators defensive. Uber, Lemonade and Handy all had to learn how to play political hardball. His book is recommended for tech entrepreneurs and those interested in the interface of innovation and US regulations and politics.
About the Author
Venture capitalist, philanthropist and political strategist Bradley Tusk is founder and CEO of Tusk Holdings, and served as campaign manager for New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s successful 2009 re-election.