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Daniel S Williams
Head of Business Development @ Xperii Corp.

Daniel S Williams


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Carroll School of Management of Boston College

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YFS Magazine and other publications.

<span style="font-size: 16px; line-height: 18.4px;">Daniel S. Williams is an Advanced-Standing senior at Boston College, majoring in management with a concentration in finance in the Carroll School of Management. He is actively involved with Boston SaaS startup Xperii as the head of business development, having previously fostered client initiatives as a financial advisory intern with Edward Jones and handled personal and small business tax and accounting matters for a CPA firm with Texas and Washington offices. Enjoying writing on business and startups, Daniel has been featured by award-winning YFS Magazine and other publications. He is HubSpot Inbound certified, as well as both Google AdWords and Analytics certified.

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