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Michael Chong
Works at Silicon Valley Talent
Attended University of Texas at Dallas
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When we started SparkLabs Global, I knew we were diving into pool fraught with risk and uncertainty. There were six founding partners, and half of us didn’t know each other well. How were we going ...
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Silicon Valley Talent #hiring  Sr  #ProductManager  for Enterprise #Crowdsourcing   #Platform   #startup  disrupting $36B market,  #career  oppty!
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Bernard Moon's 7th Annual Predictions article on #VentureBeat. Interesting viewpoints on 2014.
2014 2ill see a big move from Facebook, an explosion of Internet Everywhere, and big innovation from outside Silicon Valley.
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It could be the much-needed-bridge to Silicon Valley for the Korean Startup community!
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Love to learn more about your work at SVTalent.  Are you also involved in SparkLabs at all?
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Tech Recruiter
Skills
Recruiting, Executive, Engineering, Product Management, Sales, Marketing
Employment
  • Silicon Valley Talent
    Founder & CEO, 2012 - present
  • Salesforce.com
    Senior Recruiter, 2014 - 2014
  • Saama Technologies, Inc.
    Talent Acquisitions Consultant, 2013 - 2013
  • Gravitocity.com, InqHire Corp
    VP, 2011 - 2012
  • WorldLink, Inc.
    Senior Director, 2010 - 2011
  • Independent Consulting
    Consultant, 2008 - 2010
  • Avaya
    Global Account Director, 2005 - 2008
  • Oracle Corporation
    Senior Sales Consultant, Solution Director, BDM, 1999 - 2004
  • KPMG Consulting (BearingPoint)
    Consultant, 1998 - 1999
  • MCI Systemhouse
    Programmer Analyst, 1996 - 1998
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I connect ideas, people, and technology ... I recruit
Introduction
I partner with founders & hiring executives, build relationships with candidates, and leverage all resources in matching talented professionals to career opportunities primarily in the areas of Software Engineering, Product Management, Professional Services, Sales and Marketing.

Previously, I worked with a lean startup in developing a SaaS-based Advanced Recruiting Software solution which streamlines candidate search process and dramatically increases recruiter productivity. We ran a recruiting agency in parallel using the SaaS solution.

Prior to transitioning into recruiting, most of my career had been in the Enterprise Software industry - consultant at one of the Big 5 consulting firms to industry solutions sales consultant at the largest enterprise software company in the world. I continued my professional development taking on senior sales account leadership role at the #1 Unified Communications company in the world. 

I've ignited revenue through direct & indirect sales managing global Fortune 500 accounts, sparked profitable partnerships in alliance management, and innovated product & market development. I consistently developed new solutions that generate repeatable value and revenue stream.

Specialties: Executive Recruiting, Talent Acquisition, Salesforce.com, SFDC, Big Data, NoSQL, Data Analytics, Data Management, Business Intelligence, Software-as-a-Service (Saas), Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS), ERP, CRM, Enterprise Project Management, Project Manufacturing, Product Lifecycle Mgmt (PLM), Internet Procurement, B2B Collaborative Commerce (Procurement Marketplace, Supply Chain and Product Development Collaboration), Voice-Over-IP, Unified Communications, Contact Center, Communications-Enabled Business Process (CEBP), Smart Devices
Bragging rights
graduated high school in 3 yrs, promoted to 3 job grades higher in 9 months at Oracle
Education
  • University of Texas at Dallas
  • The Ohio State University
  • VA Tech
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