CEO’s & CFO’s of The Circle convened with Karl Jacob to discuss “How to survive so you can thrive in Wartime”. Karl shared actionable (albeit painful) tips-and-tricks learned from the scar tissue he endured through the ’00-’02 and ’08-’10 (+’11-’12) downturn
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Peers of the CEO|Circle and CFO|Circle convened on a discussion w/ Ken Loveless, a Managing Partner here at Founders Circle Capital and veteran of SVB on “Managing Your Company’s Debt During the Current Downturn.”
The CFO|Circle came together with Steve Liu (Shareworks, SVB, KPMG) to share insights on whether the current volatile market might impact valuations of private companies and, if so, steps CFOs might take to position their companies for this reassessment.
CEO’s, CFO’s and CRO’s of The Circle for Enterprise companies convened with Scott Davis to discuss first principles to focus on that will increase the probability for revenue to stabilize, or even grow, in a downturn as well as position the company for growth post-downturn.
CFO’s, today’s “Risk Officers”, convened with Rob Krolik (who leads the CFO|Circle Masterclass series) to discuss how to scenario plan around the financial downturn, including how to model cash preservation and assumptions to make around revenue and expenses.
We take “invest in people” to heart. Each month we try to get to know a team member a little bit better and each time we are left in awe. See why.
Traditions and family are something we truly value at Founders Circle. We hope these traditions either make you chuckle or resonate with you. From our family to yours have a very Happy Thanksgiving.
Focusing on employee retention can result in significant savings. Here are the pro’s favorite strategies and ideas to help retain their star talent
In a wide-ranging conversation, Chris Barbin from GGV capital shares what he did to retain employees and the importance of finding the reasons for attrition.
Patty McCord literally wrote the book on building effective teams after her tenure at Netflix. Here she shares why low retention rate shouldn’t be a goal.
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