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Kim Chamberlain

Kim has spent the last two decades scaling investor backed start-ups and driving operational excellence at billion-dollar companies from SaaS platforms to Global consumer products and advertising technology. Her experience across a range of industries, tech platforms and company size brings a unique perspective to CX3, particularly for founders that are looking to scale their companies efficiently. She has managed all facets of strategy and business operations and worked with founders, tech teams, executive leadership, boards and customers. She has helped lead three successful exits. The first being FreeWheel, an ad-tech platform, acquired by Comcast. She helped scale them from 150 to 2,000 people, where she held various leadership roles across business operations, revenue and M&A integration. Secondly, Kim joined Honest Buildings as their COO and supported Riggs Kubiak and the team in the acquisition and integration of Honest Buildings to Procore. From there, she joined the executive leadership team at Procore (pre-IPO) and spent the last 4 years building the corporate and GTM Strategy, leading large scale cross-functional programs, growing Revenue, scaling processes, opening up new markets and building high-performing teams. Kim has deep experience in GTM strategy, business and revenue operations, M&A, financial management, data insights, and managing large cross-functional teams. Her passion is to help build great brands, scale mission-driven products and grow revenue. Her roles across pricing, investment strategy, and sales operations in the early part of her career, coupled with the last 10+ years in leadership positions, has helped her earn the label of “resident problem-solver”. Kim has always been drawn to real estate and construction. She earned a degree in Property at the University of Auckland, a specialist program that is focused on valuation, finance and investment, economics, law, land use planning and controls, marketing, management, and building construction. In addition, she holds an honors degree in Business Management, with majors in Finance and Accounting.

Riggs Kubiak

Riggs spent nearly a decade in commercial real estate in New York City, initially in real estate investment banking and then five years with the global real estate developer Tishman Speyer. There, he worked on over $30 billion of acquisitions before spending time in asset management and leading their global sustainability initiative. In seeing the opportunity for technology to drive efficiency, sustainability, and impact in the built world, he started Honest Buildings, a technology company based in New York City. Honest Buildings became the industry-leading cloud-based construction management platform, purpose built for owners and developers, to manage and track their capital and construction projects. The company raised over $50 million from leading venture investors as well as some of the largest global real estate organizations including Brookfield, Oxford, First Capital, Durst, Rudin and Milstein. In 2019, Honest Buildings was acquired by Procore Technologies. Riggs went on to lead the global Owner business line at Procore which was a key part of Procore’s successful initial public offering on the New York Stock Exchange in 2021. His real experience scaling a construction technology company with a very successful outcome for his team and investors drives his focus on helping founders accelerate their companies and the value they can provide to the market. Riggs graduated with a degree in Finance from Boston College.  

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