Since Chuck Gordon co-founded SpareFoot in 2008, his company has raised $60 million in VC funding and has become the largest marketplace for storage – all while developing a company culture that has earned them the recognition as a top place to work by Entrepreneur Magazine. Join us to learn about Chuck’s entrepreneurial journey, as well as best practices and tips he’s learned along the way.
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About the Speaker – Chuck Gordon:
Gordon and UCLA roommate Mario Feghali founded SpareFoot in 2008 while still in school. The company moved from Los Angeles to Austin in 2009 to join the Capital Factory business incubator. Chuck and co-founder Mario Feghali were named among Forbes 30 Under 30 and Chuck has also been nominated for E&Y’s Entrepreneur of the Year award. Since its inception, SpareFoot has raised approximately $60 million in venture capital. SpareFoot has been named a top place to work by Entrepreneur Magazine and is consistently recognized as a top workplace by the Austin American-Statesman and the Austin Business Journal.
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