A revolution of sorts has been underway in Miami over the past several years. Talented, generation-defining tech leaders have emerged locally, while those who once staked a claim in Silicon Valley or Silicon Alley have joined them in response to a buzzing new tech ecosystem.
Nicolette Hartman, a tenured partner at Daversa Partners, and Keith Rabois, a prolific founder, operator, investor, and General Partner at Founders Fund, will join us on October 4th at 12:00 pm EST for a live webinar supported by Hunt Scanlon Media. The session will focus on the tech and talent revolution this shining city is experiencing.
This is a great opportunity to hear first-hand from some of the key players in tech as they discuss what drove them to move their families and businesses to Miami, how attracting top talent is essential for building Miami’s tech infrastructure, and what the future looks like as Miami emerges as the next destination for tech innovation and leadership.
For nearly a decade, Nicolette Hartman has proved to be a fast-paced and relentless headhunter, earning her reputation by operating with a level of urgency and thoroughness that delivers game-changing results with aggressive speed. Nicolette has spent her career building executive teams for some of the most disruptive consumer and healthcare startups across the globe, including building out the VP and C-level leadership teams at Warby Parker, FIGS, Wildlife Studios, Therabody, GameStop and others.
Keith Rabois is a general partner at Founders Fund. He led the first institutional investments in DoorDash (NYSE: DASH), Affirm (NASDAQ: AFRM), and co-founded Opendoor (NASDAQ: OPEN). During his venture career he also led investments in Faire, Ramp, Trade Republic, and Stripe.
Keith has a unique and unparalleled track record as an entrepreneur, executive and investor. Over the last decade, he has forged several of the most important new social and commerce platforms. Keith began his career in the industry as a senior executive at PayPal (NASDAQ: PYPL) and subsequently served in influential roles at LinkedIn (NYSE: LNKD) and as chief operating officer of Square (NYSE: SQ). He co-founded and currently serves as CEO of OpenStore, which acquires small direct-to-consumer businesses.