As for his relationship with SoftBank, Garden says, “It’s incorrect that there was any acrimony. We are in constant discussion with them in a constructive way.” He says that SoftBank, and Zume’s other investors, are aligned with the changes being made today.
Garden says that when he was first introduced to Masayoshi Son, SoftBank CEO and architect of the $100 billion Vision Fund, he was inspired. “He’s a person who has one goal in mind and that’s to improve the quality of people’s lives,” Garden says. “It aligned well with Zume’s vision.”
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