Hiring for a startup is one of the most challenging aspects a founder will face. Even more so when it's a non-technical founder hiring for a technical cofounder, CTO, or early engineers.
And even if you have a CTO who can help you hire the best engineers you can, what does it take to scale that team? How do you make the right hiring choices?
On November 14th we're excited for a discussion on building a technical team from 1, to 10, to 30+ members, and
Finding a technical co-founder or CTO
Building a technical team
Prioritizing what types of developers to hire for
Recruiting for developers & engineers
Compensating your development team
And much more!
About the panelists
Harsh Sinha is CTO at TransferWise & leads a full team of engineers, not just the NY office where he is based, but globally. Harsh has scaled the engineering team extensively & can offer top tips & insights on how to do so. Before working at TransferWise, Harsh headed up all product & engineering for both PayPal & eBay. During his 10+ years at eBay, Harsh worked onscaling systems for large traffic volumes while working in performance engineering, as well as enabling key verticals like Motors, Electronics & Local Commerce. He has also been an advisor to early stage start ups & has been lead on the technical & product due diligence of eBay's acquisition of 2 start ups - Shutl & WHI Systems.
Jonathan Salama is the CTO & co-founder ofTransfix,a leading online freight marketplace that brings immediate capacity & guaranteed reliability for those seeking smarter, lower cost ways to move freight.Jonathan & and his co-founder, Drew McElroy, are reinventing the $600 billion market through innovative technology & deep understanding of the industry. Jonathan spearheads the powerful logistics tech at Transfix while Drew brings experience from the old-school side of logistics. Through the use of AI & data, Transfix provides instant pricing, unparalleled service, & visibility to top-of-the-line clients including Target, Unilever, Ravago, Staples, & J.Crew.
More panelists TBA!
6:30 - 6:50: Drinks & Networking6:50 - 7:50: Panel7:50 - 8:15: Audience Q&A8:15 - 9:00: More Drinks & Networking
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