Managing Your Business Virtually: A Conversation with Ted Souder, Google
Managing your business virtually is now the new normal, which means there's no better time to learn how to make the most of today and plan for the future. 1871's series on Managing Your Business Virtually lets you hear from disruptors in the space about how their organizations view remote work and where they see the future.
Thursday, May 28, 2020
1:00 PM - 2:00 PM (Central Standard Time)
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Managing your business virtually is now the new normal, which means there's no better time to learn how to make the most of today and plan for the future. 1871's series on Managing Your Business Virtually lets you hear from disruptors in the space about how their platforms enable remote work and where they see the future. Whether you're a pro at remote work or this is all new to you, tune in to stay on top of the trends. For this event you'll hear from Ted Souder, Google Head of Industry, Retail.
Ted joined Google almost 19 years ago and is currently the Head of Industry, Retail. In this role, he oversees a team that helps some of the largest retailers in the world make the transition from traditional to digital using various Google tools and platforms. Prior to his role in Retail, Ted lived in Paris, France where he oversaw key efforts in Southern and Eastern Europe, the Middle East and Africa as the Head of International Strategic Sales and Operations. Earlier in his career at Google, Ted held a number of different leadership roles in Sales and Account Management and was responsible for helping open and run Google’s offices in Chicago, Dallas and Detroit.
Ted is an early digital adopter having worked in the mid and late 90’s at early online brands America Online and Excite as well as groundbreaking social music start up, Echo Networks. Currently Ted is also Vice Chair of the Chicagoland Chamber of Commerce, Programs Committee Chair and Executive Committee Member of the Board of Directors at the Economic Club of Chicago and Secretary of the Board of 1871, the #1 technology incubator in the world. Ted lives in Chicago with his wife and two children.