Taking the risk to start a company is a feat few are fully equipped for. Any business owner knows that the first few years in business are anything but glamorous. Building a successful business takes time, lessons learned, and most importantly, enormous growth as a business owner. What works and what doesn’t when one starts a new business? What are the valuable lessons learned from the “University of Adversity”? As part of this interview series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Keith Langlands.
Keith Langlands is the Owner and Founder of Chip Shots Club, an indoor country club that combines business and golf in an innovative way. With over 36 years of experience in the financial sector, Keith’s latest venture aims to connect like-minded business individuals in a sophisticated environment to play golf and engage in networking opportunities. As a UNLV alumnus, Keith plans to create an internship program at Chip Shots Club for students to gain valuable experience in the professional golf world.