The perfect cold email + Bain Capital + Messing up school to leading multiple companies
Quick Snapshot for you to level up this week
The cold email that got Snap CEO to respond in minutes
Some of our community members met at the Royal Automobile Club at a mixer of family offices, tech entrepreneurs, and market makers. Thanks, Milken Foundation. Subscribe to Network Capital to access such events in your city.
Join us for after-work tipples in London at The French House
Join our Mumbai event on Sep 8.
This is Chourangi. Aditya Ghosh, an indifferent student in school, built it in addition to leading Indigo Airlines and Akasa Air. Learn how.
Calculating your career upside and mitigating the downsides
A senior executive at a fast-growing startup called us. He was concerned about his future. Even though he was among the most senior people in the company, he was unsure about the future of the company. There were several existential risks and at this point, it is not sure how things will pan out. The funding crunch coupled with high interest rates has troubled many startups but his company finds itself in a weird spot. In a way, it is too big to fail. In another way, it is so big that unless it continues to hyperscale, it will be regarded as a failure.
If it fails, the executive will not have any financial gain. He would also have to explain the failure to his next employer. He wanted to know if he should stick around or leave. Please note that he isn’t really enjoying himself anymore.
What should he do?