WHO: Burton M. Goldfield
Since joining TriNet as president and CEO in 2008, Burton has led TriNet to become the largest independent cloud-based HR provider leveraging the professional employer organization (PEO) model to help small businesses. He is known for driving product innovation and growth. Revenue exceeded $250M in 2012 and has more than tripled during his tenure. TriNet currently services more than 220,000 employees through its 50+ regional offices located throughout the US. Burton has invested heavily in the company’s SaaS technology platform leveraging his background at Hyperion, IBM and Rational Software. Burton received a bachelor’s degree in biomedical engineering from Syracuse University and an MBA from Villanova University.
WHAT: “How much is your startup worth?” A fireside chat with Burton M. Goldfield, president and CEO of TriNet
WHEN: Tuesday, October 1, 2013 6:30-8:30 PM EDT
WHERE: Atlanta Tech Village, 3423 Piedmont Road Northeast #500, Atlanta, GA 30305
WHY: Due to overwhelming complexity, few understand the difficult process of determining the market value of a startup. This discussion will unveil the myriad of factors that investors and VCs analyze. Join the entrepreneurial and tech community for a dialogue on startup valuation.
MORE: The event is open to the public; tickets are free.
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