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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Girish Mathrubootham, Co-Founder & CEO of Freshworks

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

It was a broken TV and a random comment about helpdesk pricing that prompted CEO, Girsh Mathrubootham to co-found Freshworks (then Freshdesk), growing it to a $300M ARR, with a multi-billion dollar valuation and over 50,000 customers.

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M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Tom Sego, CEO of Blastwave

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

Unlike many silicon valley CEO’s, Tom started his career in factories and manufacturing plants, getting a front-row seat on how physical things are produced. This background coupled with a varied career and love of first principles thinking led him to found a cybersecurity company whose mission is to protect customers’ crown jewels from the most sophisticated cyber threats.

(PODCAST) Building your Network versus Networking - in Silicon Valley and Beyon‪d‬

Clare Christopher, Editor - SandHill.com

Conversations with thought-leaders across the B2B SaaS industry, the Metrics that Measure Up podcast provides thought-provoking insights in an interactive dialogue on how data-driven, metrics informed decision making impacts SaaS company performance. This week's interview requires little introduction - the thought-provoking, approachable and observant, M.R. Rangaswami. 

Designing our Own Destiny - Interview with MR Rangaswami | Part 1 | Invest Innovate and Create

Clare Christopher, Editor - SandHill.com

If you've ever wondered how Sand Hill Group came to be, what landed it's Co-Founder, M.R. Rangaswami in Silicon Valley, and why he believes 2021 is the best time to be an angel investor and entrepreneur - this is a ten-minute conversation worth listening to.

M.R. Asks 3 Questions: Barry Rosen, CEO of Interaction Associates

Clare Christopher, Editor - SandHill.com

CEO of Interaction Associates share the importance of collaboration, the shifting nature of the connection, and how companies can create better outcomes in the year ahead. Specifically - THIS year ahead when Zoom meetings aren't going anywhere.