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With Dayton Mills (Founder/CEO, Branch).
Friday, February 26, 2021 at 04:00 PM   Absolutely Free   Online

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About this Event
Join us for an interactive fireside chat series with Product Leaders from top tech companies worldwide. This is an exclusive Q&A session hosted by Product School Founder & CEO, Carlos Gonzalez de Villaumbrosia, to give you a chance to ask every question you've ever had for Dayton, CEO at Branch.

Dayton will discuss what it's like to work in this dynamic role & what it takes to get your foot in the door. You'll also get the inside scoop on the day-to-day work as a CEO, the challenges of the job & personal insights from their experience.

Meet the Speakers: Dayton Mills & Carlos Gonzlez De Villaumbrosia

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Dayton is the Co-Founder & CEO at Branch, a virtual HQ platform. He believes that human interaction in every country is slowly diminishing, & remote presence is best felt when gaming.

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Carlos founded Product School in San Francisco in 2014. Today, the company is the global leader in Product Management training. 1 million+ Product Management community.

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Product School is the global leader in Product Management training with a community of over one million product professionals. Our certificates are the most industry-recognized credentials by employers hiring product managers. All of our instructors are senior-level Product Managers working at top Silicon Valley companies including Google, Facebook, Netflix, Airbnb, PayPal, Uber, & Amazon.

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