Netflix Co-Founder Randolph ’80: How the “Stupidest Idea Ever” Became a Success
Netflix co-founder Marc Randolph ’80, who spent a day on campus last fall sharing entrepreneurial expertise with Hamilton students, just published a book about the company that would go on to change the way America consumes entertainment.
That Will Never Work, The Birth of Netflix and the Amazing Life of an Idea, published by Little, Brown and Co., was released today. We asked Randolph to share three points that he hopes Hamilton students and other potential young entrepreneurs will take away from the book. Here’s what he said:
Marc Randolph ’80 is one of many alumni who've used College Hill as a launching pad, and who are championing new ideas, challenging old conventions, pushing boundaries, and, in doing so, advancing their professions.