Sixty-five is too young to stop working.
So says PRETIRE founder Andrew Marshall.
PRETIRE is an online platform that connects retired executives to part-time assignments.
If a client has lost, for example, their chief financial officer, recruiting takes time. You want to get the right person, long term, but in the short term you need someone to hold the reins. We have people who could fill that gap until they find the right person. Or it could be to assist with due diligence on an acquisition or advise on non-performing investments.— Andrew Marshall, PRETIRE
You can download the PRETIRE app from Android or Apple stores.
The Money Show’s Bruce Whitfield interviewed Marshall.
Listen to the interview in the audio below.
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