Parent and entrepreneur/start-up employee: a challenge? With Alan, Espor and High Flyers
Balancing your private and professional life is a daily challenge for entrepreneurs, as well as for employees who are parents, especially in start-ups!
How do you drop your children off at school or take them to their activities when you're in the middle of a fundraiser and there's a meeting you don't want to miss?
How do you keep up an intense work rhythm after the arrival of your first child?
What are the methods that make it easier to combine the two lives?
How is the implementation of the Parental Act going in the startups that have adopted it? Is time better shared between motherhood and fatherhood?
What are the differences between a startup with 30 employees and the scale-up with more than 100 employees?
As a co-founder, is it possible to delegate to the co-founder(s) or to C levels?
And then there is the question of lockdown: how can you teach at home while maintaining your professional activity, while adapting it to the health crisis?
There are so many questions that our speakers will answer:
- Antoine Reure, Senior Sales at Alan, will talk about the experience of the Parental Act implemented in the fintech, and his own experience as a father;
- Julien Niquet, CEO and co-founder of Epsor, will share his experience in balancing the life of an entrepreneur and a parent;
- Eugénie Chaltiel, CEO at High Flyers, the recruitment agency she created on her own when she also had children.
The talk will be moderated by Sarah Huet, Managing Director of Partech Shaker and mother of two children.
Register now, prepare your questions and be on time on April 9th!
The discussion will take place on a Webinar room, be sure to register on Meetup to receive the link and connect! 💻🎧