Is your startup a Unicorn, Workhorse or Camel? (NEW)
We have all heard of unicorns, or startups with BILLION plus valuations.
Serial entrepreneur and investor from Pink Ceiling Cindy Eckert says she is looking to invest in Workhorses.
In tough times, startups may have to act more like Camels that exist on minimal resources.
nCino grew up during lean times after the Financial Crisis.
And grew up to popping bottles on NASDAQ on Wall Street with a HUGE IPO.
March 2nd we will have a Riverside Chat with two executives who were with nCino during the good times and have now moved on to the next challenge.
Let’s learn from them on what they learned while on the Unicorn train at nCino that will help you grow a scalable company at the coast of North Carolina
Natalie Waggett was an Executive Director of Sales for nCino among other roles in more than six years with the company. She is now co-founder of Ohanafy Software.
Dory Weiss was an Executive Vice President of Software Engineering at nCino before recently leaving for a new opportunity.
And this Riverside Chat will be moderated by Tim McLoughlin, Partner at Cofounders Capital.