Thinking about building a remote or virtual team?
Thejo Kote can help. He’s Founder & CEO of Airbase.
Based in San Francisco, Airbase is on a mission to simplify spend management. It’s the first all-in-one spend management platform that replaces multiple systems & gives finance teams unparalleled visibility into every dollar spent.
Airbase recently raised $9M in venture capital from First Round Capital & Maynard Webb.
Prior, Thejo was Founder & CEO of Automatic, which was acquired by SiriusXM for $115M.
So he knows a thing or two about building teams. And this time, he’s building a virtual global team.
In this 20-minute conversation, Thejo explains how to do it.
You think you have your hands full with hiring? Sales Reps? Financial Analyst?
Try hiring actual rocket scientists & data experts.
That’s what David Godwin and his leadership team have to do. He’s CEO and Co-Founder of Slingshot Aerospace, which has built the next generation of signal-processing AI.
That allows companies & governments to use earth observation data, which remains the world’s largest untapped data source.
Cool stuff. And above my pay grade.
So I learned a ton about how he hires the best talent, and you will too.
25 years in executive search will teach you a thing or two about hiring.
And in today’s podcast episode, Bernie Layton teaches us about how to do it the right way.
Based in Chicago, Bernie is Managing Director of Stanton Chase, one of the world’s largest & finest retained search firms. He’s successfully performed more than 750 searches for CEO’s, Presidents, SVP’s, and the like.
And he’s done it in a wide range of industries - consumer, consulting, financial, engineering.
So no matter what field you’re in, if you hope to hire Rockstar talent, this 20-minute episode will be eye-opening.
If you work in tech in San Francisco…and even if you don’t…you know Auren Hoffman.
He’s been starting - and growing - and selling companies since his junior year at UC Berkeley.
This master networker cofounded Rapleaf, which was acquired by TowerData. He then led the middleware-provider LiveRamp which was acquired by Acxiom for $300M.
Auren is now CEO of SafeGraph, which builds geospatial truth sets. Not to mention, he’s an angel investor in over 70 tech companies.
So Auren knows a thing or two about hiring & building tech-driven teams.
In this 20-minute candid conversation, he reveals how he’s done it, and the mistakes he’s made along the way.