April 8, 2017, Saturday, 2:00 pm to 4:00 pm (PDT)
3350 Scott Blvd, Bldg 64, Santa Clara, CA 95054

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We all heard of those startups that raised millions and millions of venture funding but only had minuscule revenue to show for, not to mention any profit. Few of us know anyone who built a successful startup ($50M+ yearly revenue) without the help of VC. One extraordinary entrepreneur has just done that. How? We asked that question for you and he is willing to share the recipe of his winning sauce. Founder and CEO of Jobs2Careers, Bruce Ge, will spend an afternoon with CHAIN Founders Group members, discussing some or all of these topics (depending on time and interest level):

  • Product strategy and how important is technology
  • How many co-founders do you need and where to find them
  • Management principle and what we can learn from Zichan (子产)
  • and more

我们都听说过这样的初创公司,拿了风投成百上千万,却没什么收入,更别提什么利润。没有风投的帮助,照样做到年收入5000万美元以上,这样的创业者,你可能还没遇到过。我们为你请来了这样一位非常特别的创业者,Jobs2Careers的创始人和CEOBruce Ge葛振洲先生来和大家分享他创业过程中总结出来的一些成功经验。在这次CHAIN创始人社区的活动上,Bruce将会谈到如下话题(视时间及到场听众的兴趣,涉及部分或全部):

  • 拿到融资的重要性
  • 提高你成功机会一百倍的三个重要技巧
  • 产品战略和技术到底有多重要
  • 你需要多少个联合创始人以及如何找到他们
  • 公司管理原则和我们能从子产那里学到什么

Speaker Bio

Bruce Ge

Bruce is the founder and CEO of Jobs2Careers, a national job search website serving 2 Billion job searches each month.  Jobs2Careers was launched with no external funding in 2010, growing to $40MM revenue in 2016.  The company is profitable and looking to grow 100% in 2017.  Jobs2Careers has been a winner on Inc500, Inc5000 three times in a row, Austin Fast 50 three times in a row, and was also the 2015 ACG (Association of Corporate Growth) Central Texas winner.

 

Agenda:

1:45 – 2:00 pm:     Sign-in and networking
2:00 – 2:10 pm:     Welcome and CHAIN intro to Founders Group
2:10 – 3:40 pm:     Discussion with Bruce Ge
3:40 – 3:55 pm:     Q&A
3:55 – 4:00 pm:     Wrap up

 

Seating is limited! Reserve yours early!


Cohost:

  • ZJ Future
  • Angles Global (AG) / Guihang Fund

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