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How Anjali Sud Is Reinventing Vimeo And Taking Over The Future Of Video (Part 2)

Erik Roth: We all know that not everything works—you have to test and learn. So what hasn’t worked? And how do you instill learning and experimentation into your culture? Anjali Sud: In order to succeed, you have to parse the things that require conviction from the things that have blind spots, which you should let go of. We acquired a company and had to shut down a business unit within a year. We tried to make it work—hard enough that I could say, “Even if we executed this at 100 percent, it is not going to work, because we are

How Anjali Sud Is Reinventing Vimeo And Taking Over The Future Of Video (Part 1)

Recently, in one of the episodes of the Inside the Strategy Room podcast, Erik Roth, who leads McKinsey’s innovation work globally, talks with Anjali Sud, CEO of Vimeo, about her experience reinventing the online video platform’s business model. Let’s explore how a Marketing Executive discovered an unexpected market opportunity, disrupted the company’s original business, and became CEO in the process. Erik Roth: Can you first explain what exactly Vimeo is and does? Anjali Sud: Vimeo is the world’s largest professional video platform and community. We are not a competitor of YouTube. We are not a viewing destination. We are a

Restaurant Tech Trends: Why Are Tech Companies Bought By Big Brands?

The restaurant industry is changing fast and technology is the driving force. And amidst it all, a new trend is emerging – restaurant companies have started investing in tech companies, and even buying them outright. Why are they doing this? Let’s find your answer in this article. Technology is becoming so important in the restaurant space that there is something of an arms race going on as both large and small chains strive to make their establishments more tech-savvy and compete for the wallet of the modern customer.  From a competitive standpoint, it certainly makes a lot of sense. As

Raising Another $230 Million, Yotpo Rides E-Commerce Wave To Become A Marketing Hub For Brands

While the e-commerce boom continues, Yotpo, a little-known company that offers customer ratings and loyalty tools for a number of well-known brands has achieved unicorn status. Tomer Tagrin – Co-founder and CEO of Yotpo What is Yotbo? Founded in 2011, Yotpo has been the platform powering customer reviews for brands like Patagonia, MVMT, Away and Burton. But now, a decade later, it sees opportunity far beyond that expanding into everything from loyalty and SMS to visual user-generated content and referrals. All of these, Tagrin hopes, will enable the company to let brands further consolidate their marketing stack from a dozen

Jeff Bezos and Other High-Profile CEOs Who Stepped Down From Their Companies

There has been a recent trend in which the CEOs, who are also the founders of well-known corporations, are stepping down. Let’s discover the famous stepping down and the story behind it. Jeff Bezos, who recently announced he’ll step aside as the leader of Amazon, are household names who are synonymous with the companies they built. Below are stories of Jeff Bezos and other leaders who recently stepped down from the companies they founded. Jeff Bezos | Amazon One of the most notable founder-CEO resignations of the year so far is Amazon’s billionaire Jeff Bezos. In February, he announced plans to

Report On Talent Guide 2021: Market, Challenges, Opportunities & Salary Range

On February 22, 2021 – Navigos Group, Vietnam’s leading recruitment service provider, publishes a report on “Talent Guide 2021: Market, Challenges, Opportunities & Salary Range”. This is the first Navigos Group’s overview report that not only covers opportunities and challenges in employment and recruitment but also covers the salary of candidates in about 35 industries in the market. The report is published based on the analysis of the results from a survey with nearly 6.000 candidates in the Navigos Group database. I. Salary, bonus and benefits for employees: Overview 2020 The criterion ‘Salary, bonus and welfare is the most important

Target Sales Just Shocked Wall Street – Here’s How CEO Brian Cornell Did It

In spite of the COVID-19 pandemic surges, which shaking how Americans work, shop, and live, Target’s sales continue to soar. How did Target do it? Let’s see Target’s recipe to excel in pandemic America in this article. On November 18, Target announced its third-quarter financials that blew away Wall Street estimates. A few key stats shows that comparable sales rose 20%. Total revenue climbed $22.6 billion – an increase of more than 21% over the same time last year. Digital sales jumped 155%. New digital-driven services like in-store and curbside pickup and personal shopping via Shipt grew 200%. Target’s roughly 1,900