PUBLISHED BY Wildcat Venture Partners
January 30, 2020
Join us on Thursday, January 30th at Columbia University’s Career Design Lab in San Francisco, as we hold the final event in our 4-part series showcasing the “Traction Gap” framework for early-stage startups. The series is geared toward startup founders, entrepreneurial product managers, and corporate innovators.
Part 4 will once again feature Bruce Cleveland, Founding Partner of Wildcat Ventures, and author of the book Traversing the Traction Gap (2019). The book lays out a detailed step-by-step process that startup teams can use to go from ideation to preparing for scale—a modern-day playbook that addresses the high failure rate of startups and how to minimize it.
In our final session with Bruce, we’ll examine the “Go-To-Scale” phase of startup development and hear from current startup founders who have relied on the Traction Gap framework as a practical guide—helping them make sense of where they are in their company’s trajectory. The session will include a case study by Michael Fernandez, CEO of Threadeo, a startup offering AI-enabled workflow software and services. Threadeo was a 2nd Place Finalist in the One Harvard New Venture Competition (2019).
Date: Thursday, January 30, 2020
Location: Columbia University, Career Design Lab, Three Embarcadero Center, San Francisco, CA 94111
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