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Hiring, Firing and Cofounders

Summer 2010 Bay Area Semester

What are the right mix of skills that you need to launch a world-class technology company? Should you be looking for cofounders, team members, freelancers or interns? When should you plan to bring on people to help? How do you recruit and interview to find the best resources? What are the compensation guidelines in the beginning for cofounders and other various roles? How do you set expectations, measure results and remove or fire under performing resources?

Goal:
How to find the best people.

Date:
2010-07-13, 06:30 PM

Mentors


8.24
Ziv Gillat
Co-Founder & VP of Business Development, Eye-Fi

Ziv Gillat is Cofounder of Eye-Fi. Previously, Ziv worked at Silverback Systems, iReady, Zaffire, Photo Access, and Apple. Ziv is a professional photographer with a passion for helping consumers backup and share their photos and videos. He received his B.S. in computer sc...

9.31
David Weekly
Product Manager, internet.org @ facebook

David is a Product Manager for internet.org at Facebook, bringing Internet access to the world. David has been programming since he was five and has coded for MIT, Harvard, Stanford, There.com, atWeb, and Legato. David wrote the first layman's description of MP3 in early ...

7.31
Bram Cohen
Founder/Chief Scientist, BitTorrent

I'm Bram Cohen, mostly known for inventing BitTorrent and I now work as Chief Scientist at BitTorrent Inc. Previously I worked as a very early employee at a bunch of startups you've never heard of. I was in the Time 100 for 2005, have been profiled in feature articles in ...

8.97
Justin Moore
CEO, Axcient, Inc.

Justin is the Founder & CEO of Axcient and a Venture Partner at Thomvest Ventures. Axcient currently protects nearly 3 billion files and applications in the cloud and ensures data and application uptime for businesses. Justin has a broad background as an entrepreneur and...

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