Comment: Interview with ILW Publisher

Publisher and CEO of ILW.COM, Sam Udani, was recently interviewed by Roman Zelichenko, attorney at law and the CEO of LaborLess.io. The topics covered are:
  • Sam's early life and how he got into immigration
  • How Sam built and sold his first immigration tech platform
  • Why Sam got into publishing and marketing with ILW.com
  • What it's like being an independent publisher in the time of social media
  • What Sam thinks about the growth of tech in immigration
  • What Sam sees as the future of ILW.com and immigration more broadly
  • Q&A from audience

  • Hear the Podcast versions here:Apple& Spotify


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