Networking events are a rite of doing business and David Olk, CEO of Voray, is out to change their often-bland format.
JotForm CEO Aytekin Tank runs his business with the help of his customers.
Usermind CEO Michel Feaster dropped out of Harvard, but that hasn’t stopped her from developing integration software that improves customer experiences.
With its widespread use, Mike Myer, CEO of Quiq, sees texting as a natural addition to the way companies serve their customers.
Mike Hough, U.S. founder of Advance Medical, is out to cut companies’ healthcare costs and days lost to illness by offering employees alternate medical options.
Lars Nordenlund, CEO of Arcus, has a passion for technology that has led him to oversee the pending launch of a cloud-based IoT platform.
CEOs who play it safe will be putting themselves and their companies at risk in 2018.
Artificial intelligence is finding its way into more and more pockets of business, with one of the latest being fundraising, through Adam Martel’s Gravyty.
In its November-December issue, Harvard Business Review ranked its top 100 CEOs for the year. Yet MBAs on the list are few and far between.
Just eight months into his tenure as CEO of TermScout, Chris Lynde is putting his imprint on the company by rebranding it.