Team

December 20, 2013 | Posted by Dan in News |
Science Exchange team (Dec 2013)

The Science Exchange team (December 2013)

When I did my last team related post, we had just finished a whirlwind of hiring that expanded the Science Exchange team to nine stellar and diverse “athletes” (in the Jason Freedman sense of the word). Well, I’m proud to share that the team has continued to grow. Over the last six months, we’ve been fortunate enough to find one perfect candidate after another.

So, without further ado, meet the newest additions to the team:

  • Conria D’Souza is the first Canadian to join the Science Exchange team. She is a perfect combination of social and scientific… making her an amazing fit for our Customer Development Manager position. Before she joined Science Exchange, she devoured everything that was ever written about us and maybe knew us better than we knew ourselves. After joining the team we discovered that Conria is also an amazing graphic artist… bonus! Read the rest of this entry »

Growth

June 12, 2013 | Posted by Dan in News |

It’s been a great couple of months for Science Exchange, with significant growth in the marketplace and an injection of new capital from amazing VC partners.

And yet despite this growth, the Science Exchange team has remained lean. Very lean. Too lean. Our team of five passionate, dedicated people has achieved a lot in the last 18 months, but we knew further growth would require hiring more great people to join us.

So since April we’ve been recruiting and interviewing like crazy to find the right people to join our team. Hiring at a startup is hard. Identifying, vetting and securing talent is a full-time job. And, given Science Exchange is still small, there is no room for error… we need A-level talent in every position.

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