The Austin Business Journal's Face 2 Face series delivers some of the brightest industry leader to Austin's business community for informative and inspiring discussions. Personal stories, stories from the boardroom and opinions on today's ever-changing business environment are tackled in a fireside chat format with ABJ Editor Colin Pope.

The Face 2 Face breakfasts are usually held the second Tuesday of each month at Whole Foods' world-famous headquarters in downtown Austin. The breakfast starts at 8:30 am with a half hour of networking followed by a one-hour Q&A session with our featured guest. This discussion is fueled by questions from the audience, and most often centers on business-to-business topics that both educate and entertain.



Chuck Gordon is co-founder and CEO of Austin-based SpareFoot, which helps people find and book self-storage units. He holds a bachelor's degree in fine arts from UCLA, where he specialized in ceramic sculpture. SpareFoot originated as Chuck's cheap alternative to traditional storage while he studied abroad in Singapore during his junior year at UCLA. Chuck co-founded SpareFoot with Mario Feghali in 2008; a year later, they moved the company to Austin to join Capital Factory. Since its inception, SpareFoot has collected $26 million in venture capital. As of mid-September 2014, SpareFoot employed more than 180 people in downtown Austin.






Monthly from 8:30 - 10 A.M.

Whole Foods Market Global Headquarters
Plaza Level
550 Bowie Street
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