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Community Engagement at Unbounce

If you’ve been to the Unbounce HQ office in Vancouver, you may have noticed the blue and orange mural in our reception area. It’s a cleverly designed panorama of Vancouver integrating our company’s six core values. The values listed on the wall are more than colourful jargon, they guide our conduct with our customers, one another and our community. The actual making of the mural is one of the best Read More...

Unbounce Attends The Art of Leadership for Women

As many of you might know from Rick’s last post on our Year in Review, Unbounce is trying a lot of new things this year–and one of them is increasing the work we do around gender diversity. We’ve made some great strides and I’m proud to say that Unbounce is now considering elements of gender diversity in the tech industry that a lot of companies (still) won’t dare touch. Some Read More...

The 20 Coffees Project: Larissa Hildebrandt

For the third installation of the 20 Coffees Project, I caught up with Larissa Hildebrandt, Marketing Strategist at Skooli. Created by the team behind Teach Away, with tons of experience hiring top teaching talent all over the world, Skooli is designed to be a student-focused learning environment that meets the demands of students in a digital age. Skooli’s platform caters to many learning styles. EB: Can you describe the path to Read More...

The 20 Coffees Project: Kirsten Bailey

This post is the second in a series called The 20 Coffees Project. The goal of this project is to highlight the unique challenges and bright spots for leaders in the Vancouver business community (particularly startups). This installation features Kirsten Bailey, Director of Online Education Products, New Product Growth at Hootsuite. Kirsten and I met for coffee at Milano Coffee Roasters near the Hootsuite headquarters for an insightful interview about Read More...

The 20 Coffees Project: Tanis Jorge

Do you remember your first kindergarten craft? Was it macaroni? Papier maché? Macramé? Mine was a modified version of crochet that I’ll refer to here as faux-crochet (at least there weren’t sparkles). Despite my young age, I remember the lifecycle of that project. Ideation. Production. Anxiety. Presentation. Accomplishment. There were critical decisions to be made at every turn. Red yarn or purple? Short stitch or long? How do I even Read More...

Unbounce Meetups Are Taking Off

Unbounce meetups are geared to reach a global scale next year! We know that our customers are awesome, and we’re very excited at the prospect of you connecting with one another in your communities around the world. It’s crazy to think that it’s been almost a year since we hosted the very first Unbounce meetup in Vancouver. In case you couldn’t make it, check out the meetup recap post. Since then, Read More...

Tech Security Talks

A few weeks ago Clayten Hamacher, a software developer from Salesforce came down to Unbounce’s office (we’re in the same building) to pitch a day-long security conference. He had a lot of great ideas, but needed a partner in crime to help execute on them. We sat down and after some initial planning, decided to scale it back to one night of talks on tech security. Chris Evans, the head Read More...

What I Learned from 12 Events in 6 Weeks

In October 2013, I began a new role heading up ‘Community Development’ for Unbounce. What the hell is Community Development you may ask? Well the definition expanded about every single day into the role, but the gist of it is promoting Unbounce the company. Up until the fall, our kickass Marketing team were working their magic to promote Unbounce the product, but the overall promotion and storytelling of our company Read More...