Our now 32-person TripleBlindian team recently came together at the company HQ for three days of planning, inspiration, and a little TopGolf.
You may have already heard the news about TripleBlind’s $24M Series A round! We’ve been scaling and growing quickly, so we wanted to get our globally-located team members all together, in one place, for the first time.
Here’s a recap of our three-day excursion, as well as a few shoutouts to all those who helped make our team’s get together possible.
Arrival day, and board meet-and-greet dinner
First, we’d like to thank our board – Thad Langford, Andrew Krowne, Benjamin Bayat, Dr. John Halamka, Shail Jain, and Toby Rush – for joining us for dinner and sharing their collective vision. Our team imagines a world where “TripleBlinding” is a verb. Let’s TripleBlind It means to collaborate around private data for the benefit of all parties, while retaining complete and utter privacy.
In particular, our advisors articulated a vision of:
TripleBlinding data in healthcare to deliver advanced medicine
TripleBlinding data in pharmaceuticals to more effectively develop cures to diseases
TripleBlinding data in financial services to detect and combat fraud.
Thank you to our advisors for their time, wisdom, and words.
Board meeting, an all-team show-and-tell session, and TopGolf
Our co-founder and CEO, Riddhiman Das, outlined his 2022 roadmap for TripleBlind. Here are some of the top points:
- Defining TripleBlind’s strategic market position
- Hiring more TripleBlindians (stay tuned!)
- Product features and enhancements (including, Blind Join – don’t know what this is? Request a demo with one of our experts)
We also had a not-so-surprise reunion of the EyeVerify crew. You may remember them as the Kansas City based startup that was acquired by Ant Financial for over $100 million.
We finished the day unwinding with a little TopGolf, and we all know Gaurav gets the prize for quickest learner.
Department meetings, a museum, and three restaurants
We showed the out-of-towners the best of KC, between strolling the Plaza, touring Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, and dining at The Carriage Club.
Tom Bergin, Software Engineer, showed us his post lunch meditation skills, while Anissa Khan, also a Software Engineer, gave us tips on our aesthetic.
Finally, we said our goodbyes as everyone headed back to their part of the globe, we’re exhilarated for what’s next – and we know each of us at TripleBlind is all-in.
We’d also like to thank the employees of Grand Street Cafe for hosting us, the employees of the Overland Park Top Golf for entertaining us, and the employees of Jack Stack on The Plaza, Panera on The Plaza, Bo-Lings on The Plaza, The Parlor in the Cross-Roads, The Carriage Club, and Taj Palace on 39th Street for keeping us fed.
Thank you, Kansas City!