A Dyslexic Entrepreneur Says His Disability Helped Him Build A $3.6M Company | Forbes


Stan Gloss, 60, is cofounder and CEO of BioTeam, a consulting firm that designs computer systems and networks for the life sciences market. The 14-year-old company has both public and private sector clients, including the National Institutes of Health , the Centers for Disease Control, Biogen and Regeneron. While Gloss is based in Middleton, MA, his 18 employees all work from their homes in eight cities across the country, including New York, Pittsburgh, Austin and Gainesville, FLA. Last year BioTeam logged $3.6 million in revenue. Gloss has fought a lifelong battle with dyslexia, managing to become a college professor and cycle through four other jobs before starting BioTeam. In this condensed and edited interview, he describes how he learned to make the most of his disability and why he thinks dyslexics can become successful entrepreneurs.

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