Club E: Navigating the Gig Economy
Navigating the Gig Economy
You often hear about the new world of work, but the reality is that for many, it has
already arrived. The gig economy isnt just for Uber and Lyft drivers anymore. Best-in-class professionals are leaving their corporate gigs to focus on consulting and building portfolio careers; and more and more corporations are hiring on-site, on-demand technicians. Recent studies predict that independents will make up a majority of the U.S. workforce within a decade.
This Club E panel, featuring Brendon Schrader, CEO of Antenna, Mynul Khan, CEO of Field Nation, and Chad Eckes, Principal and Founder of C Squared E, will be focusing on navigating this new world of work, and equipping you to make the most of this incredible talent pool. Whether youre looking to hire the best for your next project, or looking to make the shift to independent work, this conversation is one not to be missed.
Chad Eckes: Principal and Founder, C Squared E
Chad Eckes is the founder of C Squared E, his solopreneur boutique management
consulting business, whose clients range from Fortune 500 companies to angel-funded
startups. Founded in 2008, and having served over 20 clients via short- and long-term
engagements, Chads practice focuses on strategy, marketing, and corporate
development for enterprise software and software-as- a-service (SaaS) businesses.
Prior to launching C Squared E, Chad worked in senior leadership roles within 3M
Company and Accenture. He earned a BA in Economics and Mathematics from
Northwestern University, and an MBA from the MIT Sloan School of Management.
Mynul Khan: CEO, FieldNation.com
Mynul founded Field Nation in 2008 when he identified a need for a contingent
workforce platform. With a background in programming and data analysis, as well as an
affinity for growth hacking, Mynuls experience drives Field Nations growth strategy
and motivates him to grow the Field Nation team. Mynul has a B.S. in Computer Science
and is actively involved in technology decisions as well as strategy direction. Today,
Mynul focuses on aggressive company growth and expanding opportunities around the
world through regional partnerships and local incubators
Brendon Schrader: Founder/CEO, Antenna
Brendon Schrader is the Founder & CEO of Antenna, a Minneapolis based company that
is changing the way people work. Schraders insights on independent consulting, the gig
economy and the changing nature of work, have been highlighted in Inc. Magazine,
Forbes, Fast Company and the Huffington Post. He holds an MBA from the Carlson
School of Management, an M.Ed. from the College of Education and Human
Development and a degree in Business Administration from the University of
Minnesota. He has also studied leadership, strategy and innovation at Northwestern
Universitys Kellogg School of Management.
11:00am 11:30am: Registration and Networking
11:30am 1:00pm: Lunch and Panel
Lunch and Parking is included in ticket price.
Minneapolis Club (View)
729 Second Avenue South
Minneapolis, MN 55402
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