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LEARN MORE ABOUT Laela Sturdy

Laela Sturdy, General Partner, Google Capital

November 01, 2016

Laela Sturdy

Care.com's (CRCM) CEO Sheila Lirio Marcelo on Q3 2016 Results - Earnings Call Transcript

..... And is there anything, any data that you have that can help us better understand the benefits for the direct business, the consumer business that the brand building that you're getting from Care@Work maybe you’re doing for the overall brand [HALO] of Care.com. We don't, in fact of overall brand awareness we do a survey twice a year using Hanover and we do see overall brand awareness increasing and then of course it always helps us, so it's more anecdotal that we received where they have a good experience and similar to Laela Sturdy at Google Capital were given her good experience she obviously made a decision to as partly to invest in Care.com. But those anecdotal data because of the good user experience high net promoter score; high reuse and renewal rate that we see with Care@Work certainly is a positive influence in our brand. .....

October 20, 2016

Laela Sturdy

Google Strategy Teardown: Betting The Future On AI, Cloud Services, And (Tamed) Moonshots

..... Earlier this June, Google Capital announced a $46.35M investment in the care services company, which had been publicly traded since January 2014. This transaction means the investment unit is now straddling private and public markets, the same territory as some of its mutual and hedge fund co-investors, with Google Capital partner Laela Sturdy remarking on the fund’s agnostic stance toward targets’ status as publicly traded or private: “Care.com exemplifies the kind of company that we want to invest in. We’ve been focused on growth-stage companies, and really our only criteria is their having Google-sized aspirations......