A strong founding team is key to a successful startup. But finding and hiring others who share your goals and values can be difficult, especially if you’re new to the business world. That’s why Tanis Jorge and David Blumberg are speaking about the importance of co-founders at a TechGround Live event on March 1 at 11:30 a.m. PST / 2:30 p.m. EST. By assembling a team of like-minded people, you’ll be able to focus on building your product rather than finding the right employees. Register now for this important event!
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When Tanis Jorge and David Blumberg founded Trulioo, they realized that they needed someone who had the same skill set as them in order to effectively execute on their vision. With a team of disruptive entrepreneurs at its core, Trulioo has always been focused on finding the right pairings for its founders – whether it’s building products together or mentoring each other. The Cofounder’s Hub offers resources and support to founders who are looking for the perfect partner, from evaluating potential co-founders to setting up governance standards. Whether your idea is big or small, with Trulioo by your side you can be sure that your mission will be successfully executed.
As a business owner, it’s important to have strong internal partnerships in order to achieve success. A good co-founder should offer complementary skills, such as coding and business management. They should also be someone who can help manage emotional baggage that comes with starting a company. Having an accountability partner like this is key to ensuring success.
As a VC, David has had experience working with founders who bring unique skillsets to their startups. He understands how important it can be to find a co-founder who is complementary to your own skills, so that the team can synergize and achieve success.
Looking to ask the questions at Hopin’ and learn more about how interactive arts can create change in communities? Join us for our first event on March 1st! This event will include a Q&A with Hopin’ artists, which will give you an opportunity to get to know them better and discuss what you see as the benefits of interactive arts in your community. There will also be food vendors, so come prepared toeat and chat!