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Startup Secrets from a CMO with Chelsea Maclin, Chief Marketing Officer at Lunchclub

EPISODE DESCRIPTION As a huge fan of sci-fi fantasy novels, Chelsea Maclin has always been fascinated by artificial intelligence. And today, she’s the Chief Marketing Officer at Lunchclub, an AI-powered social networking platform for professionals that engineers incredible connections and conversations to help you build your network around the world. If you’ve been listening to […]

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EPISODE DESCRIPTION Chao Wang scaled teams and companies for over ten years, leading operations, customer experience, business development and strategy at venture-backed companies. She’s now the Co-Founder and CEO of Dopple, a next generation e-commerce platform and subscription service for brands to reach modern parents. After taking a style quiz on their website, parents receive […]

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