Member Since 2021
New York City Area
Forbes "Tech Marketer to Watch", Startup mentor and thought leader. CEO @ Walnut.io
Carving out the time for self-improvement on the job can pay off big time.
Here's how to attract and retain long-term clients.
I believe the future is looking bright for the product demo experience vertical, and it will certainly remain a hot topic for a much longer time going forward.
Transitioning from a micromanager to a true leader can be difficult, but it's essential if you want to build trust with your team.
Here are 10 tips to help leaders decide on the best next steps to level-up business.
Here are 11 factors to consider before you open a second or third location.
Sustainable outcomes begin with your customer.
It’s perfectly possible to make a big splash without spending big money.
15 leaders weigh in on meeting consumers where they live.
10 tips to ensure a smooth department transition from a subordinate—and friend—to a leadership role.
Here's what ignoring industry feedback can teach you.
Set your terms and conditions early to achieve a positive partnership and maximize outcomes.
As a startup, it’s often hard to compete with the salaries and benefits offered by more established enterprises.
As companies seek to win the war for tech talent, here are the positions business leaders want to fill in the new year.
Sometimes, it's not worth it to continue pouring resources into a product or service that's not gaining market traction.
Being a leader can be mentally and emotionally taxing, so it's important to prioritize wellness and self-care as a manager.
While most business owners turn to areas like marketing and IT to cut their budget, there are plenty of other places to find and eliminate "wasteful" spending.
A large potential client with instant brand-name recognition could boost your company's profile, but make sure the contract is worth your while before rushing to sign.
Making simple but effective changes to your customer experience can make a huge difference in how your brand is perceived.
Don't let your company's departments get cut off from each other and stop communicating about and progressing toward shared goals.
Some regular practices may seem harmless but can hinder your effectiveness as a leader.
Knowing what others who have been in your shoes wish they’d done can save you time, money, and effort.
No entrepreneur starts their business journey knowing everything, so it helps to have some hints from those who have walked the path before them.
The growing popularity of livestreamed video content can give businesses a great new way to connect with customers.
Smart professionals know there's always an opportunity to learn more and hone new skills in the business world.
A conversation with an underperforming employee is a delicate situation that must be handled with care.
You’ve caught the attention of a new prospect—now you need to convince them you can really deliver what you’re promising.
A basic understanding of consumer psychology can help you drive trust, connections, and ultimately, sales.
Strategy and fierce dedication pay off in the end.
To achieve lasting success, company owners and leaders must learn how to establish long-term relationships with customers.
New entrepreneurs often approach their hoped-for mentors first, but successful industry leaders can and should proactively reach out to help the next generation of professionals, leaders, and business owners.
Seeking capital to fund growth can come with strings attached, so it's important to ask yourself and your investors the right questions.
Hiring a truly diverse workforce begins with looking in all the right places for talent.
You can get a handle on whether your marketing campaigns are succeeding or stumbling by combining hard data with human feedback.
The future of automation is already here, and it's having an impact far beyond the tech industry.
Success in the modern business world depends on developing an authentic, genuine brand that makes customers feel understood and appreciated.
Anticipating challenges rather than just reacting to them puts you a step ahead in overcoming them.
The world's first and leading sales demo platform. Walnut empowers sales teams to own the sales process without relying on back-end teams such as product, design or R&D. We are backed by top Silicon Valley investors and work with Fortune companies, as well as smaller startups.