The Sexy Side of Enterprise

The Sexy Side of Enterprise

Jack was in London last week for the London Web Summit where he was featured on a panel “The sexy side of enterprise” moderated by Kolvin Stone, a partner in the London office of Orrick, Herrington & Sutcliffe. The panel discussed if the current trend of enterprise companies moving toward a more consumer tech-style of branding is just a fad or here to stay. Joining the conversation was:

  • Andy McLoughlin, co-founder and EVP Strategy – Huddle, the cloud collaboration and content company, based in London
  • Jack Welde, Founder & CEO, Smartling, the first cloud-based enterprise translation management platform company, based in New York City
  • Connor Murphy, Founder – Datahug, the relationship automation company that solves ‘who knows who’ and that TechCrunch described as ‘LinkedIn on Steroids,’ based in Dublin
  • Phillipe Botteri, Partner – Accel Partners, a global venture capital and growth equity firm, based in Silicon Valley

Read more here.

 

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