Thursday, June 20, 2013 from 7:00 PM to 9:30 PM (EDT)
New York, NY
Thursday, June 20th from 7:00 pm to 9:30 pm
Passionate about working at a startup and considering the transition from corporate america? Not sure what roles you are best suited for? Come hear from others who have made the switch and debunk the common myths and misconceptions of non-tech roles at tech-based companies.
Hope to see you there!
Alex Taub, Business Development, Dwolla (moderator)
Kate Huyett, VP of User Acquisition, HowAboutWe
Nick Gavronsky, Head of Product, OpenFin
Scott Britton, Business Development, SinglePlatform
About the Panelists
Alex Taub is the Business Development lead at the thriving payments startup, Dwolla. Alex was featured in Business Insider as one of the "Top 20 under 25" in the NY tech scene and has wasted no time in becoming an expert in business development and the NYC tech community.
Kate Huyett joined HowAboutWe in November 2010 as a community manager and has evolved into its VP of Acquisition, Retention, & Revenue. Prior to joining HowAboutWe, she spent five years at Goldman Sachs. Kate earned a bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College in Geography & Economics, and spent ten days at Wharton Business School before dropping out to pursue a career in tech startups.
Nick Gavronsky is Head of Product at OpenFin. He has a strong passion for enterprise technology, design, user experience, community building, business development, startups, and entrepreneurship. Nick also organizes the Enterprise Tech Meetup, Startup Weekend and the FinTech Hackathon. He previously worked as an Analyst at Citi and studied Finance and Marketing at the University of Miami.
Scott Britton has been a key player for Single Platform (recently acquired by Constant Contact for $100 Million) in his role as Business Development. Aside from his role at Single Platform, Scott writes about Business development, personal development and productivity at Life-Longlearner.com
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