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Leveraging the Right Benchmarks to Drive Business Outcomes in 2021 and Beyond
Join us for an interactive SaaS Conversation Webinar, with our special guest, Will Hutchins Managing Director of Espresso Capital, together with OPEXEngine CEO, Lauren Kelley.

In this webinar, learn:

-What benchmarks are being used by investors and lenders today

-Which benchmarks are correlated with high valuations

-What benchmarks are changing as we close 2020 and move into FY 2021

-How to use benchmarking to improve your operating performance and drive efficient growth

SaaS Conversations with Lauren Kelley is a monthly webinar series that looks at the various benchmarks and metrics your SaaS business needs to know to significantly improve operational performance.

Oct 29, 2020 02:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Will Hutchins
Managing Director @Espresso Capital
Will leads the origination team at Espresso Capital and brings more than 20 years of experience helping corporations and investors achieve their financial and strategic objectives. Prior to Espresso, he was with TD Securities, the investment banking arm of TD Bank, where he advised clients in the technology, media, and communications sectors on debt and equity financings, M&A, and corporate strategy. Previous to this, Will practiced law in the corporate finance and M&A groups of Stikeman Elliott in Toronto and Paul Weiss in New York. Espresso Capital was founded in 2009 in Vancouver to help startups finance their growth. Espresso Capital has provided capital to more than 260 technology companies across North America. With offices in Toronto, San Francisco, Chicago, Vancouver, and Montreal, today they offer non-dilutive growth capital.
Lauren Kelley
CEO and Founder @OPEXEngine
Lauren is the CEO and founder of OPEXEngine. After 25 years in fast growth high tech companies, she founded OPEXEngine to solve the problem that high tech companies lack good quality benchmarks from a neutral provider — especially operational benchmarks — to reduce risk and improve efficiency and growth.