Episode 3: Justin Kan (Twitch, Atrium), Joanna Lee Shevelenko (Atrium, F7 Ventures)

Former founder of Twitch and Atrium, and now venture investor, Justin Kan, joins Enki to talk about all things related to team performance!

Episode info

  • Date
    March 23, 2021
  • Time (PT)
    12:00 pm
  • Videos
    1
  • Length
    56:22
  • Industry
    Consumer, B2B, Venture Capital

Description

UPDATE! 

Justin will be joined on stage by his former COO at Atrium, Joanna Shevelenko! Now a GP at F7 Ventures, she previously spent 9 years at Facebook. She'll uncover some of her secrets and stories related to managing high-performance teams.

Secrets and Stories is back, this time with Justin Kan!

Justin is best known as a founder of Twitch.tv, a live-streaming platform for gamers which was acquired by Amazon for $970M. Since then he founded Atrium (which raised $75M from top VCs), and now he invests into startups with his own firm Goat Capital.

In this episode, we'll dig in to all things related to team performance! We'll talk about what worked (and what didn't work!) from his experience building and managing teams at Twitch and Atrium.

And we won't just talk about his stories and advice, we'll also show! We'll dig in to example reports, interview processes, and other things that will help anyone who is part of or managing a team.

Finally, Justin will go though our Grandma test, dashboard review and business scenario challenges! Tune it to see how that goes... And as always, you'll be able to ask Justin a question at any time during the event.

For any operator - this is an event that's not to be missed!

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