More than 110 FiscalNoters packed into a Westin conference room Wednesday morning to hear company updates, share Q2 learnings, pose questions, and prepare for big growth in Q3 — on the business development and client success teams, specifically. It was a company precedent, CEO Tim Hwang noted: the first time the organization, which earned a Top Workplaces nod last month, had to book a hotel event space to accommodate its ever-growing employee base.
The 3.5-hour alignment meeting wrapped with a keynote speech from former Washington Post publisher Katharine Weymouth, who joined FiscalNote’s board of advisors in April. Weymouth addressed the critical importance of risk taking — and navigating disruption — in the tech industry. After a rousing Q&A session, team members spilled into One Thomas Circle’s open-air atrium and combatted the DC humidity with cold beer, artisanal popsicles, and clever conversation.
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