Serial entrepreneurs back on the hunt

After selling their web business for $7.5 million, two Eugene businessmen can’t get enough of start-ups.

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After selling their first venture for $7.5 million, two Eugene-area entrepreneurs say they are addicted to start-ups.

Wiant and Fabbri founded Traffic-Leader in 2000. They sold it in October 2003 for about $7.5 million in cash and stock, to Marchex, a publicly traded firm in Seattle, which still uses some of the technologies Wiant and Fabbri pioneered…

Wiant and Fabbri accomplished what many entrepreneurs only dream of. They built a company, and within three years, sold it for millions of dollars. Instead of retiring early, however, they’re back at it — helping early-stage companies take root and grow.

Read more at the Register-Guard.

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