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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Michael Heinrich, Founder & CEO, Oh My Green

M.R. Rangaswami, Co-Founder - Sand Hill Group

Not your typical  “start-up company CEO-type”, CEO and Founder of Oh My Green, Michael Henrich shares his strategies on how implementing health and balance into an organization has allowed his company to grow 18% a month over the past five years. 

M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Angela Antony, Founder & CEO, Scoutible

89% of turnover is due to soft skill mismatch, not hard skills. Therefore, Angela Antony, Founder and CEO of Scoutable has designed a platform that combines gamification, psychological science, and AI to help companies discover talent hiding behind resume biases, socioeconomic barriers, and exhausted candidate pools.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Anand Rajaraman, Founding Partner, Rocketship.vc

M.R. Rangaswami, Co-Founder - Sand Hill Group

An entrepreneur, VC and Computer Science professor at Stanford, Anand Rajaraman shares how his experience has revealed that the real differentiator between companies is their data sets rather than their algorithms.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Rob Bernshteyn, CEO, Coupa Value Orchestrator

M.R. Rangaswami, Co-Founder - Sand Hill Group

In an industry where software-as-a-service continues to increase, it's refreshing to speak with someone who runs their business with value-as-a-service at the core of their operation. Having grown Coupa from a small startup to a multi-billion dollar public organization, CEO and Chairman of the Board, Rob Bernshteyn shares how organizations can improve their customer service methods, no matter their size or revenue.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Tom Hogan, Co-Founder Crowded Ocean, Author & Screenwriter

M.R. Rangaswami, Co-Founder - Sand Hill Group

Tom Hogan's career has gone from Oracle’s original Creative Director, Co-Founder of Crowded Ocean a marketing consultancy - to author and screenwriter. Sharing what he's learned at the various stages of career, Tom explains that while his career jump may seem like a dramatic one, Silicon Valley and Hollywood are not that different from one another.