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Serial entrepreneur and investor Joe Cohen on his daily habits and what the future might look like post Coronavirus

Originally from Cleveland, USA and now based in London, Joe Cohen is a serial entrepreneur and investor. He founded the online ticket marketplace Seatwave in 2006 and, as CEO, grew it into a hugely successful marketplace for selling and buying tickets to sports, music and cultural events. The business was acquired by competitor Ticketmaster in 2014.

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