Our 2018 Season Sponsors

231: When ExactTarget Came to Dinner | Brian Rowe, CEO, Perceivant

"We are taking our retail analytics background and taking that deep, deep knowledge of tracking everything in real time and applying that to learning. We watch how students interact with material, watch them learn and see what works, what doesn't, what's effective, what's not. And then giving this clean, clear information to instructors, who can take…
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230: Scaling Your Sales Function | Kevin Parker, CEO, Hirevue

Kevin Parker arrived at Hirevue with a business-building resume that only the most seasoned business leaders can match. Join us when Kevin reveals his hardy appetite for growth at Hirevue and the business obstacles he's determined to remove. "It's great to just find talented people, but if you don't train them, they're not going to…
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216: Milestones for Achieving Double-Digit Growth | Nicole Latimer, CEO, StayWell

  Few companies inside the wellness community have achieved a strut comparable to that being wielded by StayWell of St. Paul, MN. Having acquired three companies within two years, the firm has an appetite for growth that shows few signs of being satisfied, as CEO Nicole Latimer appears to be considering future acquisitions as well…
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211: Serving the Legal Eagles | Neil Zola, Executive Co-Chairman, JND Legal Administration

Join us when Neil Zola explains how a growing administration services opportunity inside the legal realm is fueling the expansion of JND Legal Administration. "When we started, we heard: 'JND—who's that?' Now that's changed to where our name is getting recognized more and more, and we're starting to hear a lot more anecdotal stories where…
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208: Once Private, Now Public: Protecting Your Workforce Culture | Matt Calkins, CEO, Appian

When software firm Appian went public last May, its cofounders put an end to 17 years of private ownership. CEO Matt Calkins discusses the company’s post-IPO life and explains how Appian plans to preserve the company’s unique workforce culture and continue to fuel the serial reinvention of its offerings. How do you make a great…
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202: The New Demand for Domains | Bruce Jaffe, CEO, Donuts, Inc.

For many of us, the phrase "domain registry" still harkens back to the dot-com days of yore when acquiring a dot-com domain was the only genuine ticket of entry to the online world. The early online gold rush made everyone marvel at the sensible business people who made money selling dot-com domains—the URL equivalent of…
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200: When Supply Lines Determine the Path to Growth | Cody Yarborough, CEO, Lifecycle Biotechnologies

According to Cody Yarborough, when it comes to growing Lifecycle Biotechnologies, the greatest challenge that the biosciences firm faces today has little to do with finding new customers. Instead, the challenge is to better manage and monitor the company’s specialized suppliers. “The market growth that we're seeing right now is tremendous, and we just have…
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198: Outsourcing’s New Wonder | Bryce Maddock, CEO, TaskUs

Once upon a time, the word "outsourcing" was associated with such dry-cleaned, stodgy corporate monikers as EDS, IBM, and CSC. No more. Join us when Bryce Maddock, CEO of TaskUs, reveals the outsourcer's unconventional first growth chapter and the unique business dynamics that would lead a cluster of high-tech startups to leverage the outsourcer's offerings…
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192: Why P.E. Is Acquiring Patience | Vic Chenoweth, CFO, Planview

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182: Thicker Than Water | A Look Inside Family-Owned Businesses

"We are between $200 million and $500 million in revenue—squarely in the middle-market space. We have five operations around the United States, a custom operation in El Salvador, a product development and sourcing office and quality control office in Shanghai, China. Our product development leadership is in Morrisville, North Carolina. American Textile started in 1925.…
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