Always have a chip on your shoulder – something to prove; something that drives you to do better and be better – that was one of the key messages from Arcurve’s own Jay Gohill (co-founder and CEO) at Startup Grind YYC’s recent Fireside chat. “Don’t make it personal and bitter. But have it there.”
Calgary has a very active (top ten in the world!) chapter of Startup Grind – a global, independent start up community that provides support for entrepreneurs. We were excited to participate in this event that also featured Chris Foster, CIO at TC Energy, and Michelle Stepp, Vice President and Founder of VantEdge.
The nature of the event itself speaks to the type of community support and engagement that we have come to know and expect after operating in Calgary for 13+ years. It also gave us a chance to express the importance of growing and nurturing the talent that is evident in so many areas of our diverse workforce.
Arcurve is growing and looking for people who can DO.
Arcurve is growing and looking for individuals that can take what they know, acknowledge what they don’t, and learn from experts around them. Is having a chip on your shoulder beneficial? It is when the result is executing, solving problems and adding value to real world projects.
So, if you have a proverbial chip on your shoulder and would like to add to our 25+ years of enterprise experience, let’s talk!
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