A pivot led this DC founder to building a ‘super app’ for retail and delivery

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As a founder, it’s important to know where your startup is weak. But other times, you just need to know when to walk away.

DC founder Edward Mbeche first got into the tech game when he founded Global Sedan in 2019, a local rideshare service. But when he went to find funding, he ran into issues when he realized that he didn’t have the tech background to support what he wanted to do.

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