Nearly two-thirds of employees have increased their use of collaboration tools since the shift to working from home began suddenly this year—yet half still lack a dedicated workspace or reliable internet connection. These are the times we're working in. Begging the question… how are the teams behind the collaboration tools like Slack, Dropbox, and Asana tackling remote work and what insights do they have about the way we're working?
Join us for a webinar with Andy Pflaum, Director of Platform at Slack; Jamie Young Perlman, VP of Business Development at Dropbox; and Maria Wu Kiskis, Head of Business and Corporate Development at Asana, as they share insights about:
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Andy is a Director on Slack's Platform team, helping Slack's enterprise customers achieve the greatest value from Slack's integrated apps and services. He brings 18 years of experience in enterprise collaboration software, from startups to global software companies such as VMware.
Jamie Young Perlman has over 15 years of experience building world-class teams to drive technology and GTM partnerships at high-growth B2B SaaS companies. He is currently the Vice President of Business Development at Dropbox, where he leads Dropbox’s partner strategy. Prior to Dropbox, he served as Vice President and General Manager at Box, Inc., held senior go-to-market roles at several technology companies, and spent a decade in the music industry.
Maria Kiskis leads Asana’s Business & Corporate Development. In previous lives, Maria led Strategic Partnerships and Business Development at Neustar, served on the leadership team with the Virgin Group, as well as held a range of business development and corporate strategy roles at companies large and small. In her free time, she can be found either experimenting with good food or exploring the world (when not sheltering in place) with her children – she has been actively working on helping her children to share these interests.