Crafting company culture by Elias Torres, CTO of Drift [Live from SaaStock19]1 min read
Today, the SaaStock Revolution Show is live from the exhibition floor of SaaStock19, this has been a record-breaking year for us and we have been getting amazing feedback already so if you didn’t make it, you have really missed out.
Today our CEO Alex Theuma interviews Elias Torres, CTO of Drift – founded company with CEO David Cancel.
Elias Torres is focused on building the best engineering organization based in Boston. His team at Drift is building software to help people live, work and create better together. Anywhere, anytime, on any device.He is obsessed with finding the best talent, while sculpting company culture, and getting things done.
They discuss how drift are making b2b buying simple, frictionless and conversational and they also delve into people, hiring culture & the challenges of hypergrowth – including how to train managers and get the best from ambitious young talent. Enjoy!
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