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Women in Tech – Female CxOs Share their Challenges in Tech Startups – with Melissa Kwan, Alice de Courcy, Maja Voje, Laura Erdem & others


So I talked to several female leaders in SaaS – about their experience with breaking into leadership positions in tech startups – what challenges they’ve faced, and how they managed to overcome them. Sima Banijamali : “I started in tech in 2009, and in 2010 I moved to Sweden from Iran and started studying.

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Top App Development Agencies 2018–2019

The Product Coalition

to find this year’s top app development agencies. After reading a bunch of content from other app development professionals, journalists, tech bloggers and the like, we realized that there are many good companies out there, and that everyone has a different favorite. It develops for Android and iOS, but also for the web.


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Leading A High-Growth Company | David Cancel, Drift | BoS USA 2018

Business of Software Conference

Currently, he’s co-founder and CEO of Drift, a startup that’s making it easier for businesses to talk to their customers. Originally software engineer, long time ago no one on my team believes that anymore that I ever coded and then have started five companies and Drift is the fifth. David Cancel // CEO & Co-founder, Drift.

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“It Was The Best Of Times, It Was The Worst Of Times” – Every CEO Ever | Tim Barker, DataSift | BoS Europe 2018

Business of Software Conference

Tim Barker has established three startups and has seen the ups and downs of the startup journey, from his first business being acquired by Salesforce – where he spent five years in the formative age of cloud computing – to his current company DataSift being acquired by Meltwater in 2018. Tim Barker, CEO, DataSift.