Startup Founders Dinner | Roberto Moctezuma, Fractal River [MEMBERS ONLY]
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“It’s not what’s on the table that matters—it’s who’s in the chairs.“—Unknown
While being an entrepreneur can sometimes be a lonely journey, being at Station means that you have access to a community to help you grow, hold you accountable, and reach your goals faster. Join us at Startup Founders Dinner, where we bring the community together to connect, collaborate and grow over dinner once a month. Be prepared to share:
- Your business idea in one sentence
- The most important thing you’ve accomplished over the past month
- Something you want to accomplish in the month going forward
- How everyone else in the room can help
Who Should Attend:
- Any and all Station Houston members
What You’ll Learn:
- Current projects, goals & ambitions of fellow Station members
- Identify subject matter experts within Station community
- How to leverage the Station community to collaborate & accelerate
Roberto Moctezuma, Founder & CEO, Fractal River
Roberto is an entrepreneur, board member, advisor and angel investor with over 20 years of senior executive experience in the high-tech industry. Roberto is the CEO of Fractal River, an advisory firm that helps organizations thrive through the application of creativity, broad expertise, best practices and advanced technology. Currently, he is focused on driving innovation and entrepreneurship, as well as leveraging machine learning and data science technologies to significantly transform all kinds of processes.
Roberto began his career as a software developer, cofounded a startup pioneering electronic fund transfers in Mexico that grew to $50M in revenue, and later joined Compaq (acquired by Hewlett-Packard), where he spent 15 years in multiple roles. He created HP’s eCommerce business in Latin America, managed Operations for HP’s $8B direct business in the Americas region as the Vice President, Americas Volume Direct Operations; scaled HP’s Desktop Solutions Global Business Unit into a $450M USD global business as its Vice President and General Manager and successfully executed the $240M acquisition and integration of Neoware, Inc.
Roberto is very active in the startup community where he is working with community leaders, mentors, accelerators, angel investor networks & universities to grow the Houston entrepreneurial ecosystem. He has been a speaker and coach for the past few years at SXSW, lectures at the Entrepreneurship MBA at Rice and leads Ventures & Innovation for Good Works Houston, a startup accelerator focused on social entrepreneurship.