Episode 94: Team-Building Philosophy with Henry Ward - Part 2
Prep2Pro NBA Draft Podcast
Jake and Max are joined by Henry Ward for the second part of their conversation on team-building in the 2021 NBA Draft.Note: We elected not to discuss the tragic passing of Terrence Clarke as neither of us feels comfortable discussing it at this moment. Life is precious and we will always do our best to remember prospects are people first.
Henry Ward on DeMar DeRozan and the value of scoring
On today's episode of the Premium Hoops pod, Mark is joined by Henry Ward of Pro Insight to discuss enjoyment of basketball as well as DeMar DeRozan and the importance of scoring.Henry does some fantastic work that you can find over at The Kick Ahead, as well as Pro Insight.Check out our articles at https://premiumhoops.org and follow us on Twitter @PremiumHoopsNBA Be sure to Rate and Review Premium Hoops on Apple Podcasts! Credit to BRBeats Podcast Music @BenRauman
The usual trio is joined by Pro Insight analyst Henry Ward. They explore the seldom talked about aspects of spacing that Henry wrote about on his personal blog The Kick Ahead. We recommend you read both parts (linked below) as they are foundational both to this episode and to the concept of floor spacing.Henry's Piece Part 1: https://thekickahead.com/home/exposing-the-blueprint-part-1 Part 2: https://thekickahead.com/home/exposing-the-blueprint-part-2 Twitter: Henry (@henrywward), Evan (@EZ_Hoops), Cody (@codyhoudek), Premium Hoops (@PremiumHoopsNBA) Music: Canon in D Major recorded by Kevin MacLeod Art: Efrain Ramos (@efraincarmelo)
What if there was a stock market for private companies? Carta is well on its way to realizing that vision. Henry Ward launched the company to 2012 under the name eShares. Fast-forward and Carta now manages over $575B in equity for 11,000+ companies and has a sky-high valuation of its own at $1.7 billion. Henry shares his vision for closing the wealth inequality gap, how he's hiring 50 new employees each month, and how his previous startup's failure led to Carta's success. Check out the full episode in the player below.Make sure to follow Henry on social at @cartainc
Henry Ward: 300 Investor Rejections And 1 Failed Startup Led To Build A $1 Billion Business
Henry Ward is the CEO and co-founder of Carta, which is a global ownership management platform that helps companies, investors, and employees manage their equity. The company has raised close to $150 million from investors like Meritech, Tribe Capital, Union Square Ventures, Spark Capital, and Menlo Ventures. Carta has a valuation that is rumored to be over $1 billion.