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Eric Murphy Business Development Executive at PitchBook The Jason Cavness Experience

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On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Eric Murphy – Business Development Executive at PitchBook CavnesssHR Beta Testing Wait List Sign up Be sure to sign up for the Beta Testing of the CavnessHR platform. www.CavnessHR.co By signing up to our beta testing you will receive 3 months free and after that be locked into our beta pricing forever. Our current beta pricing is: 1-10 people $200 per month 11-19 people $300 per month 20-34 people $400 per month 35-49 people $500 per month REFERRAL BONUS - For each company you refer that signs up for the waitlist, you will receive one free month of HR in addition to the above. CavnessHR Social Media CavnessHR website: https://www.cavnessHR.com Jason’s email: jasoncavness@cavnessHR.com @CavnessHR across social media @jasoncavnessHR across social media We talk about the following The transition from U.S. Army Officer to PitchBook His love of bourbon and hockey PitchBook How he promotes Veteran hiring in tech Eric’s Bio Eric Murphy is a former U.S. Army officer who served for 13 years, to include 9 years on active duty as Blackhawk helicopter pilot. While serving he saw operational deployments to both Afghanistan and Europe. He is currently a Business Development Manager at PitchBook Data in Seattle. PitchBook Data is the leading financial data software provider for the private capital markets and is a subsidiary of Morningstar. In his work with PitchBook, Eric helps a diverse set of clients apply and integrate meaningful insights into emerging capital markets. His clients range from large investment banks, private equity groups, and venture capitalists, to pre-seed startups and sole consultants. Eric also mentors servicemembers in transition through Veterati and is an advocate for veterans to pursue careers in tech and finance, specifically in tech sales. He is currently working to promote veteran hiring in tech and helping servicemembers bridge the gap to roles in the tech world. Eric lives in Bremerton, WA with his wife Megan, and their two children. He has a Bachelor’s in Geography from the United States Military Academy at West Point and was a rated Pilot in Command in the UH-60M and HH-60M during his time in service. Eric’s Social Media Eric’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericjmurphy06/ Eric’s email: eric.murphy@pitchbook.com PitchBook Website: https://pitchbook.com/ Eric’s Gift Eric is happy to grab some time with you to talk about how PitchBook can help you. Also if you are a Veteran trying to figure out your transition or want help getting a tech job reach out to him. Eric’s Advice Both on the on the Veteran transition side and tech side startup raising money. Use all the tools available at your disposal. Don't be afraid to reach out and seek mentorship. Don't be afraid to hear no. I think the startup founders know that. The Veterans will learn that and they'll learn it's not that big of a deal because they've had worse. Don't be afraid to put yourself out there in transition. When you're fundraising. Don't be afraid to have any conversation you have no matter what the outcome

On this episode of the Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Eric Murphy – Business Development Executive at PitchBook CavnesssHR Beta Testing Wait List Sign up Be sure to sign up for the Beta Testing of the CavnessHR platform. www.CavnessHR.co By signing up to our beta testing you will receive 3 months free and after that be locked into our beta pricing forever. Our current beta pricing is: 1-10 people $200 per month 11-19 people $300 per month 20-34 people $400 per month 35-49 people $500 per month REFERRAL BONUS - For each company you refer that signs up for the waitlist, you will receive one free month of HR in addition to the above. CavnessHR Social Media CavnessHR website: https://www.cavnessHR.com Jason’s email: jasoncavness@cavnessHR.com @CavnessHR across social media @jasoncavnessHR across social media We talk about the following The transition from U.S. Army Officer to PitchBook His love of bourbon and hockey PitchBook How he promotes Veteran hiring in tech Eric’s Bio Eric Murphy is a former U.S. Army officer who served for 13 years, to include 9 years on active duty as Blackhawk helicopter pilot. While serving he saw operational deployments to both Afghanistan and Europe. He is currently a Business Development Manager at PitchBook Data in Seattle. PitchBook Data is the leading financial data software provider for the private capital markets and is a subsidiary of Morningstar. In his work with PitchBook, Eric helps a diverse set of clients apply and integrate meaningful insights into emerging capital markets. His clients range from large investment banks, private equity groups, and venture capitalists, to pre-seed startups and sole consultants. Eric also mentors servicemembers in transition through Veterati and is an advocate for veterans to pursue careers in tech and finance, specifically in tech sales. He is currently working to promote veteran hiring in tech and helping servicemembers bridge the gap to roles in the tech world. Eric lives in Bremerton, WA with his wife Megan, and their two children. He has a Bachelor’s in Geography from the United States Military Academy at West Point and was a rated Pilot in Command in the UH-60M and HH-60M during his time in service. Eric’s Social Media Eric’s Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ericjmurphy06/ Eric’s email: eric.murphy@pitchbook.com PitchBook Website: https://pitchbook.com/ Eric’s Gift Eric is happy to grab some time with you to talk about how PitchBook can help you. Also if you are a Veteran trying to figure out your transition or want help getting a tech job reach out to him. Eric’s Advice Both on the on the Veteran transition side and tech side startup raising money. Use all the tools available at your disposal. Don't be afraid to reach out and seek mentorship. Don't be afraid to hear no. I think the startup founders know that. The Veterans will learn that and they'll learn it's not that big of a deal because they've had worse. Don't be afraid to put yourself out there in transition. When you're fundraising. Don't be afraid to have any conversation you have no matter what the outcome

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