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Join Us for a Strategic Planning Workshop in Austin on April 17

Do you have an upcoming board meeting, fundraising round, or strategic planning session—or just some open strategic questions?

Well, we’ve got the event for you. On Wednesday, April 17, at 4pm, we’re holding an exclusive strategic planning workshop in partnership with John Nantz of Redwood Advisors. Over two hours, you’ll learn how to set effective strategic goals, identify your biggest opportunities, and define your key strategic risks. This material can help you effectively communicate your strategy to your executive team, board members, investors and staff. Plus, you’ll have a chance to discuss your business’s unique situation and network with fellow leaders. 

We’ll be at the WeWork in downtown Austin. Go ahead and register now—space is limited!

You’ll have two great presenter-guides at this session. John Nantz started his career at McKinsey San Francisco and now helps companies maximize profitable growth by putting together 3-5 year actionable strategic plans. John has delivered over 50 successful projects with clients that include high-growth startups, large tech companies including Lyft and VMware, and PE firms including Ares Private Equity, a $23B firm based in Los Angeles. Here’s what David Rust, former Director of Operations at Lyft, had to say about working with John:

 
I had the pleasure of hiring John to consult with me as I was building out the Operations Strategy team at Lyft . . . I was blown away. Within our first meeting he was making valuable recommendations that we ended up implementing. 

Also present at the session will be our own CEO, Joel Trammell, who’s also the cofounder and managing partner of private equity firm Lone Rock Technology Group. Joel serves as a mentor at Austin start-up incubator Capital Factory and sits on the boards of several public, private, and nonprofit companies. Joel’s leadership as a founder and CEO resulted in successful nine-figure acquisitions by two Fortune 500 companies. As CEO and cofounder of network management software firm NetQoS, he delivered 31 consecutive quarters of double-digit revenue growth and a $200 million valuation.
 

We hope to see you on April 17!

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