Join Me at Our Event with Yelp!
Watch my short intro video and don't forget to register!
Cristina Duke here, Head of Sales and Customer Success at PowerToFly. I'll be flying in from Austin, Texas to host our event with Yelp in San Francisco on Tuesday, February 11th and I really hope to see you there!
I travel a lot for my job and whenever I land in a new city to host an event or take a meeting, I turn to Yelp to find the best places to eat and enjoy. I not only stand by Yelp as a product but over the course of working with them during the last several months, I've seen that they are a company that's truly committed to advocating for diversity and inclusion throughout their organization.
Want to hear more? JUST REGISTER FOR OUR EVENT ON 2/11
Speakers at the event from Yelp will include:
- Alexandra Phillips, Engineering Manager
- Manasi Goel, Engineering Manager
- Susanne Lehmann, Database Engineer
- Suraksha Pai, Engineering Manager
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