Building a strong board for your startup is key. It’s important to have folks on your board who have both the founder’s and the company’s best interests in mind, and are able to help the company navigate the many stages of a startup’s lifecycle.
At TechCrunch’s Early Stage event on April 1 – 2, Generation Investment Management Partner Dave Easton will talk about board composition, what it takes to make a great board and board governance as a startup scales.
At GIM, Easton has invested in startups like Asana, Andela, Gusto, DocuSign, Toast and others. Meanwhile, he serves on the boards of solar company M-KOPA and has previously served on the boards of Jumia Group and Narayana Health up until their respective initial public offerings.
Easton’s workshop is just one part of a two-day event exploring the many aspects of early-stage startups – check out the entire agenda line up here! Be sure to grab your ticket to TC Early Stage — Operations and Fundraising on April 1-2 and save $100 or more when you get the dual-event ticket for both the April and July events.
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