Sit down with Linda Findley Kozlowski, CEO of Blue Apron, to discuss the challenges and opportunities for entrepreneurs in today's landscape.
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Companies either suffered or skyrocketed during the pandemic. If you want to hear from the CEO of a company that has become one of the most sought after services during quarantine, mark your calendars. This C-Suite leadership series is moderated by Jason Nazar, co-founder and CEO of Comparably, who sits down for a virtual fireplace chat with Linda Findley Kozlowski, CEO of Blue Apron (NYSE: APRN), the pioneer in healthy meal delivery services . The focus of the conversation is on practical advice for managers, personal life philosophies and guiding principles as well as the challenges and opportunities for entrepreneurs in today's landscape.
Other topics that are dealt with are:
The recipe for running a listed company with increasing demand.How to scale as a company in a rapidly changing market.Key ingredients for risk taking.Measuring great work culture, food waste before and after the pandemic and the future of sustainability
Jason Nazar is a co-founder / CEO of Comparably, a leading workplace culture and compensation website that provides the most comprehensive and accurate representation of work in companies. Under his leadership, the online platform has collected more than 10 million employee reviews from 60,000 U.S. companies to become one of the most trusted third-party resources for job and salary data since its launch in 2016.
Linda Findley Kozlowski is President, CEO of Blue Apron and a member of the company's Board of Directors. Before joining Blue Apron, Linda was most recently COO of Etsy, Inc., where she was responsible for product, marketing, and customer retention and acquisition. Prior to Etsy, Linda worked for Evernote Corporation for three years, most recently as COO, where she oversaw global operations, led cross-functional teams in seven countries, and successfully launched the company's multi-tier pricing strategy to accelerate sales.