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In a Q&A with ThriveGlobal, 10x Genomics CEO Serge Saxonov says he decided to become an entrepreneur during college when he attended a panel discussion about entrepreneurship and was drawn to the drive and single-mindedness needed for such a pursuit.

"It was precisely this sense of all-encompassing purpose to build that something of sustained value that resonated with me," Saxonov tells Thrive Global. "From that point on, I knew that I wanted to build companies that matter."

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