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Jeremy Epstein
Works at Sprinklr
Attended JHU
Lives in Washington, DC
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Damn those auto-corrections. I am laughing so hard I am crying from these. I don't even care if they are real or not ;-) http://damnyouautocorrect.com/13603/the-25-funniest-autocorrects-of-dyacs-first-year/
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Here's my new proposed metric for our career mgmt. Agree or disagree? 

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Say what you will about Google+, but I am finding that more and more, we are using Hangouts for business meetings. MUCH better than Skype. More flexible, more options, and heck, the Effects make it fun.

Not just within Sprinklr, but across companies. Looking forward to the chat with +jamie herther +Sarah Karam  +vera tzoneva and the team (even though I can't tag all of them-which I will investigate later!).
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VP, Marketing @Sprinklr and Social Evangelist
Employment
  • Sprinklr
    VP, Marketing, present
  • Never Stop Marketing
    Marketing Navigator, 2008 - 2011
  • Microsoft
    Sr. Partner Community Manager, 2002 - 2008
  • Snickelways
  • FACT Communications
  • Silent Frog
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Washington, DC
Previously
Frankfurt - Tokyo - New York City - Baltimore
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Introduction

The greatest potential of technology is to build connections and understanding between people.

Those relationships then blossom into new and better ways of doing, well, pretty much everything.

That's why every move in my career has been a step forward on a clear-cut mission--inspire people, organizations, and companies to treat their stakeholders as people, use great technology in a smart way to do it, and drive tangible results at the same time.

It's why I joined Sprinklr as their VP of Marketing. It's a company that is making it possible for Fortune 500 companies build authentic relationships with their customers...at scale.

Prior to joining Sprinklr, I was the CEO of an international marketing firm, Never Stop Marketing (it's a mantra, not just a company) for 3.5 years.  We served everyone from Fortune 50 clients to NY Times best-selling authors with the results to prove it.

Before that, I was at Microsoft where I spent almost 6 years developing revenue-producing communities and authoring one of Microsoft’s most successful marketing blogs (over 110k views/month).

I'm a  two-time entrepreneur, with international business experience in Germany and Japan, and a passionate technologist (don’t get me started).

I'm a the father of 3 young children,so"coffee is a food group" and will interrupt any activity to take calls from "Client #1" (aka his wife of almost 10 years).

There's a lot more, but I'll leave you with this...I'm a collector of lapel pins with over 700 dating back almost 30 years...and, of course, a spreadsheet detailing the date and location of acquisition.

Bragging rights
I left Microsoft because I got the message that my "views on marketing were too forward-thinking." Two years later, they called me and asked, "would you like to teach our social marketing training class worldwide?" ;-)
Education
  • JHU
  • International University of Japan
  • University of Frankfurt
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