This time we have two great speakers and a panel discussion looking at moving beyond the boundaries of the U.K. and giving hints and tips on what it takes to go global.
Julie Money (Jules) Product Writers and Localisation Manager at Turnitin.
Thinking globally; Supporting non-English customers.
Retrofitting global on-boarding advice, services and tools to a unicorn SaaS platform built for the US market but scaling so rapidly that it became a world leader in less than a decade.
Turnitin is the world leading EdTech plagiarism prevention company with its international HQ based in Newcastle. It serves 30 million students in 15,000 education institutions across 150 countries. Turnitin started in 1998 and sold to Insight Venture Partners for $750 million in 2014 because of the growth and potential of its international business.
Careers - https://www.turnitin.com/about/careers
Dan Dalton Product Manager at SaleCycle.
How SaleCycle took on the world.
Founded in 2010 SalesCycle, from its Sunderland base, has been able to build a great client list and expand across the globe, with offices now in Washington DC, Paris, Singapore and New York with over 500 international clients and in April of this year SaleCycle featured in the Financial Time's list of fastest growing companies in Europe.
Careers - www.salecycle.com/careers/
Tech & Product Blog - www.lovewhatyoucode.com
18:00 – Doors Open, food and drinks
18:30 – Talks and discussion
19:30 – Drinks and chance to chat
20:00 – Retire to a bar