Dropbox has announced that Tony Ward, managing director of SurveyMonkey, will be taking over the mantle of the company’s ANZ Country Manager.
SurveyMonkey will be phasing out its Australian sales team as it continues the global transition of its market research product Audience to self-serve.
Startup Daily has partnered with General Assembly for the second event in our #GoGlobal series, a fireside chat with SurveyMonkey’s new CEO, Zander Lurie in Sydney. Formerly the senior vice president of entertainment at GoPro and CFO of CBS, Lurie was named CEO of online survey company SurveyMonkey in January after the departure of Bill Veghte.
Online survey platform SurveyMonkey announced overnight that Senior Executive at HP, Bill Veghte will become the new CEO of the company from August 3rd. In addition to assuming this position, Veghte will also take a place on the SurveyMonkey board joining newly appointed board members Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, and former Facebook CFO David Ebersman.
‘Australian businesses are drowning in data’ and SurveyMonkey’s new Managing Director wants to help them make sense of it
The last 12 months have been strong for SurveyMonkey as far as growth in Australia is concerned and this morning it officially announced the appointment of former Microsoft and LinkedIn executive Tony Ward as the company’s first Managing Director for Australia and New Zealand.
After closing a funding round of $250 million dollars, online survey startup, SurveyMonkey, is now valued at close to $2 billion, according to information coming out of the United States overnight.
If Verbate are successful in integrating and systemising transcription, data collation and facial recognition in a way that enables a self service model in the same way that the Audience does for SurveyMonkey, they could perhaps become the most powerful analysis tool for verbal responses.
The world’s leading online survey platform, SurveyMonkey, has announced today that they will be opening up their first base in the Asia-Pacific region and have chosen Sydney as the first place to lay down the foundations.