Episode Four | Part One: Joe Meyer

Episode Information

This week David welcomes Joe Meyer, the CEO and founder of ExecThread, a venture capital-backed start-up that has built a platform that enables executives throughout the world to discover unpublished senior-level job opportunities via a unique crowdsourcing model. After selling one of his companies to Apple, he founded ExecThread six years ago, and now it’s the largest global aggregator of unpublished executive-level job opportunities.

Find out more about ExecThread here.

Check out the conclusion of David’s conversation with Joe here.

About Joe Meyer:
Joe is the Founder & CEO of ExecThread, an NYC-based VC-backed start-up and premium job-sharing platform that enables executives to access the “hidden job market” via its unique crowdsourced approach and give-to-get model. By doing so ExecThread is now the largest global aggregator of unpublished executive-level job opportunities.

Joe has been a successful start-up CEO and operating executive at high-growth tech companies including HopStop (acquired by Apple), Quigo (acquired by AOL), and eBay (EBAY) with a strong track record of recruiting teams, launching new products, raising venture capital, growing traffic, eliciting engagement, scaling revenue & achieving liquidity. Joe was named Entrepreneur of the Year in 2012 by Crain’s New York Business and was #9 on Business Insider’s 2013 “Silicon Alley 100” list (as one of the Top 100 tech executives in NYC). Joe was on the Board of Directors of Kalexo (acquired by Autodesk) and Belief Networks (acquired by Benefit Focus) and Board of Advisors of Adtuitive (acquired by Etsy) and Spongecell (acquired by Flashtalking, Inc.), and is on the Board of Advisors of Snooth (popular wine marketplace).