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About John Gannon

I have over 15 years of experience working in the trenches at successful startups, high growth companies, and VC firms. During that time, I've managed, interviewed, and coached hundreds of people -- and I've worked in almost every business functional role, including marketing, product management, and business development.

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 1/13/16

The SketchDeck team writes a piece on their blog about moving from consulting to startup.  ZestFinance is hiring a Chief of Staff in Hollywood, CA.

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Startup Jobs for 1/11/16

VenueBook is hiring a Director of Marketing in NYC. Sprinklr is hiring a Marketing, Data and Research Intern for the Spring Semester in NYC.

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 1/6/16

Movable Ink is hiring a Principal Retail Strategist in NYC. Karthik Sridharan writes for the Underdog.io blog about what a startup founder looks for when hiring employees.

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Startup Career Advice for 1/4/16

Hunter Walk, partner at Homebrew.co, writes about how startup equity is unlikely to make startup employees very wealthy. Katie Benner writes for the New York Times about how employees can be hurt when a ‘unicorn’ startup stumbles.

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The 5 Building Blocks of An Entrepreneurial Career

Image by Flickr user jakerust Some folks say you need to start a company to earn the title ‘entrepreneur’. But jumping off a cliff and building a plane on the way down isn’t the only way. After all, entrepreneurship is simply the pursuit of resources that are outside of your control. So if you don’t […]

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Startup Jobs and Career Advice for 12/28/15

Dayuse is hiring a Country Manager (US) in NYC. Amol Solva writes about tech/startup people who are ‘not that technical’ on his blog.

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Startup Career Advice for 12/23/15

Wojtek Borowicz writes for the CMX blog about how to become a developer evangelist when you’re not a developer. Nick Mehta, CEO at Gainsight, writes on his blog about bad and good reasons to join a startup.

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