Binge-worthy: Building to Last, a New Podcast for CEOs

“In this unprecedented time…”

Are you sick of hearing that phrase yet?

We are too, but the truth is times are unprecedented and people need advice on how to navigate this crisis. That’s why today we launched a new podcast mini-series called Building to Last.

In this new series, we’ve connected with people who have built SaaS companies through the limitations and challenges of a crisis and we asked their advice on how they’d advise CEOs today. The first two episodes feature seasoned operators like (Former CFO, ) and (Former CEO, ), who share their insights on how to build during a downturn and not only survive this crisis afloat, but thrive on the other side.

Check it out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or down below, and let us know what you think. We hope this advice can help—and if you need anything, know that we’re in this together.

Listen to the first two episodes now

George Roberts
George Roberts
Venture Partner

George Roberts is a Venture Partner at OpenView. He enjoys partnering with companies and helping them achieve their goals through strategy, focus and operational execution. From 1990 to 2003, George spent 13 years at Oracle Corporation, most recently having served as Executive Vice President of North American Sales. While at Oracle, George was responsible for over $1 billion in revenue and more than 2,000 employees, reporting directly to the company’s CEO and Chairman, Larry Ellison.
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