CBS Startup Stories: Wandering Bear Coffee

Founders Matt Bachmann ’15 and Ben Gordon ’15 share lessons learned while building their multi–million-dollar company.

Entrepreneurship & Innovation

Catch up with Wandering Bear Coffee co-founders Matt Bachmann ’15 and Ben Gordon ’15 as they talk about how they met at CBS, the challenges they face in the coffee business, and their advice to early-stage entrepreneurs.

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