Building a 10X Company Culture with Darren Chait, Hugo1 min read

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Darren Chait leads growth and operations for Hugo, a connected meeting notes software company. He and the Hugo team are on a mission to reconnect the way we meet to the way we work. He co-authored the book 10X Culture, and joins Alex Theuma in this episode of The SaaS Revolution Show to talk about what it takes to build a 10X company culture.

Listen on to learn:

  • What are the essential ingredients for a successful company culture?
  • How to build an effective meeting culture within your startup.
  • Darren’s insights on building the company culture at Hugo: areas of focus, how to be deliberate about it.
  • And key lessons he’s learned since founding Hugo in 2015.

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