Adam Roseman, CEO of Steady, works with a passionate team to help millions of Americans realize their income potential in a changing work environment. Founded in the summer of 2017 by Adam and two other men, the Steady app allows people to find jobs fast, seek financial advice and save money with deals on everything from healthcare plans to tax help. In 2016, Adam was named by Advertising Age as one of the top 40 global marketing executives under 40 years of age. He is a serial entrepreneur and expert in M&A and corporate finance activities in global markets, with a unique current knowledge of the consumer and media industries. Adam was the cofounder of FansTang (China and Los Angeles), which were sold in September 2016, the first time a Western-owned and operated Chinese media company has been successfully exited. Adam spent the first 6 years of his career in investment banking, working on over $20 billion of M&A and corporate finance transactions, primarily at Lehman Brothers and Barrington Associates.

WHAT YOU’LL LEARN ABOUT IN THIS EPISODE:

  • Which entry level jobs should recent grads be looking for in order to break into financial technology (fin-tech)
  • Why having ‘grit’ trumps where you went to school and what you majored in 
  • Whether or not a graduate degree is necessary for advancement in fin-tech
  • What the most rewarding parts of this career are, and what parts are the toughest
  • Why it’s important to think “big picture” about job opportunities and your future career
  • How the financial tech industry offers you a wider array of activities and opportunities than you would think
  • If you want to listen to Adam’s main Time4Coffee interview check out T4C episode #198
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