Nov. 8-9, 2023 - Monona Terrace in Madison

Susan Healy, who has served as the chief financial officer for companies such as IAA, Ulta Beauty and Lands’ End, and as an investment banker at Goldman Sachs, will speak on the morning of Thursday, Nov. 9, at the Wisconsin Early Stage Symposium in Madison.

Registration is open by clicking here. You can register for just this luncheon for $50 by selecting the Nov. 9 breakfast under the individual session option.

Healy, whose experience includes mergers and acquisitions, initial public offerings and financial planning and analysis, will talk about today’s financial environment for startups and young companies and how adhering to key metrics can make the difference between success and failure. “Reverting back to fundamentals: Metrics that (always) matter” will begin 8:45 a.m. Nov. 9 in the Hall of Ideas at Madison’s Monona Terrace Convention Center.

“Having worked with large public companies, emerging tech companies and with a major Wall Street firm during her career, Susan Healy brings a wealth of experience to the conference,” said Tom Still, president of the Tech Council. “In keeping with the conference theme of ‘making smart moves in today’s economy,’ Healy will provide tangible and sometimes tough advice for young companies in all sectors.”

Healy has advised companies in retail, consumer products, technology, energy and financial services during her career. She holds a law degree from Harvard University.

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