How Stephen Dash Left His $300,000 Job To Create Credible And Make Millions In The Process

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After finding early success as an entrepreneur, Stephen Dash left the security of his well-paying job to pursue his dream of building a world-class company.

He had previously co-founded Groupon’s largest competitor, LivingSocial, and his next venture was to create an online platform that would change how businesses and consumers evaluated credibility. This new platform, called Credible, helps users get the best deals on financial products like student loans and credit cards.

Stephen’s idea was groundbreaking and quickly caught the attention of large investors like Andreessen Horowitz. Soon after its launch, Credible had over 10 million customers and was valued at more than $500 million.

Stephen’s passion and vision have driven Credible to great heights, as the company has raised over $25 million in funding and earned a foothold within the highly competitive financial services sector. Stephen credits his success to his willingness to take risks, which he believes will lead him even higher in the future.

“I love having the freedom to build something great, and I’m committed to pushing Credible to even greater heights,” he says. “Anything is possible with hard work and a commitment to excellence.”

This year, Stephen Dash made it to Australia’s Young Rich List with a net worth of $25 million. He also received the Ernst & Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award and was named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list in 2017.

“To be included among the richest is something I am incredibly proud of,” he says. “I’m honoured to be among many talented and inspiring individuals.”

At Credible, Stephen continues to set high standards for himself and his team, knowing that they will help them achieve even greater success in the future.
“My goal is to create an exceptional experience for our customers, and I’ll never stop working towards that,” he says. “I want Credible to be the go-to platform for anyone looking to get a great deal on their next financial product.”

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