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This tech executive left a steady job at Facebook and switched careers, raising more than $5 million for a gaming startup

Business Insider Sunday, 24 March 2019
This tech executive left a steady job at Facebook and switched careers, raising more than $5 million for a gaming startup· Nikki Lannen left a steady job as a Facebook marketing executive in 2014 to launch a gaming startup called WarDucks.
· Five years on, she has raised more than $5 million and is developing an augmented-reality game that will aim to emulate the success of Niantic's blockbuster hit "Pokémon Go."
· She told Business Insider...
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