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Announcing Stacked — Relationship Capital, Unlocked

Published on March, 2022
Kevin J. Hanna
Building Stacked | Hummus & Tech host

💫 📣 I’m starting a new company!

When I immigrated 4 years ago to Israel, I knew relocating meant starting from scratch. I knew my professional career would take a hard punch.

Was it worth taking the risk?

In hindsight, it was.
My career accelerated.

Not just because of me, but thanks to the incredible people I was lucky to have my life:

Today I’m announcing Stacked: Relationship Capital, Unlocked.

Together with Tal Shmueli, we’ll take what we call “luck” and turn into a product.

Stacked will help you build a strong network, make it incredibly easy to leverage and help others.

If it sounds like something you can use, request early access here.

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