Creating and Scaling a Category
How do you go from innovative new technology to building and owning a category?
How do you go from innovative new technology to building and owning a category? That’s the question will dig into with John Kreisa, VP Marketing at Hortonworks – one of the fastest growing tech companies in history. We’re going to talk about the ins and out, challenges and difficulties of creating and scaling a category.
About our guest, John Kreisa:
John brings over 20 years of experience in technology marketing leadership to Hortonworks and is responsible for the strategy and execution of all of its marketing activities. Most recently, John led the Data Storage marketing activity at Red Hat via the acquisition of Gluster Inc. Prior to Gluster, John held various marketing roles at Cloudera, MarkLogic, Business Objects John holds a BS in Computer Science from The University of Texas in Austin.
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