Jack- SeatGeek

Jack- SeatGeek

  • Submitted By: Berna
  • Date Submitted: 05/19/2016 9:41 AM
  • Category: Business
  • Words: 400
  • Page: 2

´╗┐Hi, my name's Jack Groetzinger and I'm gonna be talking about how to recruit a co-founder and a team, for your startup. First, give you a quick overview what we're gonna talk about. For the startup by talking about the sorts of folks you might be looking for, for your startup, and then we'll dive right into tactics and approaches you can use to get in bound interest in your company. We'll talk a little bit about how people get, how to get people excited for your startup and then we'll talk about the screening process, how to figure out if someone is a good match and someone you should make an offer to. We'll then cover how you make an offer and we'll wrap up by covering a few specific issues, one is technical hiring which can be a little different from more general recruiting and finally we'll talk about, specifically, what you should do when you're looking for a co-founder.
Many of the things we're gonna be talking about are applicable to both finding a co-founder and finding employees, but there are few specific issues that are relevant when you're looking for a co-founder and that could be part of your startup so we'll talk about that.
One of a good and quick background about myself, I am the co-founder of SeatGeek, we are a search engine for sports and concert tickets, based on New York City. This is my third startup and for all three, we built a team, so I have some experience with this. At SeatGeak we have seventeen folks and incredible team and I just wanna talk about some things that we've done that I think have help us get there. Sort of that, overall thesis for this , one thing is for keeping in mind is that recruiting is a lot of work. Some people think you can raise money and spend a few weeks building your team and then move on to more interesting things. That's totally not the case. Recruiting's something that you're always doing. I as a co-founder for always been regularly thirty percent of my time trying to find new people to add to our team....

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