Founder Shield + NYVC Ops Kickoff: 2.26.2015!

Carl Niedbala - Founder Shield
Carl Niedbala

COO & Co-Founder


We’re excited to be kicking of the first of a series of meetups for the newly formed New York Venture Community Ops group!  As you might gather from the title, the group’s focus is on operations and examines the challenges startups face when scaling ops.  The events are also a great chance to network with founders, VCs, and tons of startup folks.

Here are the details:


NYVC Ops Kickoff: HR How-to for COOs – Team Building
Thursday2/26 7pm @ District Cowork – 1201 Broadway
  • In the beginning stages of a company, COOs tend to take on, whether they want to or not, an HR role. We’ll have a team of experts here to discuss do’s and don’ts of creating an efficient and successful team
    • Shaun Johnson, Talent ExpertCo-FounderStartUp Institute
    • Francesca Romano, HR ExpertVP, Talent & Performance Management at Collective[i] 
    • David Gordon, Employment Law ExpertPartner, Richardson & Patel LLP
  • Wine, beer, whiskey & hors d’oeuvres YUM <please tip your bartender ;)>
  • More details and RSVP here 


See you there!

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