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  • Walk the Walk! Social Responsibility and Silicon Valley
    Walk the Walk! Social Responsibility and Silicon Valley
    Christine Crandell with Dan Burkland, Five9 and Matt Zemon, American Support Recorded: Aug 12 2015 5 mins
    Five9 and American Support have come together to create more jobs for American veterans and their spouses with the help of cloud technology and a drive to deliver social change.

    Join Christine Crandell as she sits down with Dan Burkland, SVP Sales & Business Development at Five9, and Matt Zemon, President & CEO of American Support, to discuss how social responsibility and profitability have aligned in Silicon Valley.
  • Why Michael Brenner Thinks Marketing is Broken
    Why Michael Brenner Thinks Marketing is Broken
    Michael Brenner, Head of Strategy, NewsCred Recorded: May 5 2015 4 mins
    “Most of marketing is ineffective pushing and that is stuff we as consumers are tuning out,” says Michael Brenner, Head of Strategy at NewsCred. What is the solution that has the power to drive change in your organization?

    Join Christine Crandell as she sits down with Michael in the latest episode of Market Movers. Watch to learn why he believes marketing should shift away from Madison Avenue and focus more on enabling the kinds of communication that occur from person to person.
  • Finding Metrics That Matter
    Finding Metrics That Matter
    Christine Crandell wth Keith Krach, Chairman and CEO, DocuSign Recorded: Apr 6 2015 4 mins
    Join Christine as she sits down with DocuSign Chairman and CEO, Keith Krach to discuss the road he took that led to running the electronic signature juggernaut, whose only competition is paper.
  • Tintri's No-Jerk Policy
    Tintri's No-Jerk Policy
    Christine Crandell with Ken Klein, CEO, Tintri Recorded: Mar 2 2015 6 mins
    In the premiere episode of Market Movers, Christine Crandell sits down with Silicon Valley powerhouse, Ken Klein, CEO of Tintri.

    Ken has a rich history in the valley of turning small companies big. Most notably, he led Mercury Interactive to become a billion dollar revenue generating powerhouse before HP acquired it for $5 billion.

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