What does the future hold for the subscription economy? with Tien Tzuo, Zuora1 min read
Tien Tzuo (CEO, Zuora) joins Alex Theuma on The SaaS Revolution Show. They’re looking at what the future holds for the subscription economy. Tien also shares how he prioritises learning, to become the best CEO he can be, as well as the biggest lessons he’s learned from this challenging year.
Tien is one of the keynote speakers at SaaStock EMEA on October 12-15. Last-minute tickets still available, but only if you’re quick!
Listen on to learn:
- How Zuora and its customers have been affected by the pandemic
- What are the biggest leadership lessons Tien has learned from this year?
- What is ‘the subscription economy’
- And what the future holds for the subscription economy
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