The Unicorn Hiring Trajectory with Maddy Cross, Notion Capital1 min read

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Maddy Cross, Talent Director at Notion Capital, is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. She talks about Notion’s recent research report: The Unicorn Hiring Trajectory. This looks into the hiring trends of SaaS unicorns compared with other high-performing (but not unicorn) businesses.

When Notion invests in a startup, 80% of that capital goes on headcount – growing the team. But how do the choices you make – when to hire, who to hire – affect the growth trajectory of your company?

Listen on to learn:

  • How the size of the leadership team varies between unicorns and non-unicorns
  • Why diversity of thought matters in your leadership team
  • How hiring differs between US and European unicorns.

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