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Inside Story Behind Unbabel’s Growth from 0 to Unicorn
On April 8th, Unbabel's CEO, Vasco Pedro joins us to share the key strategies and tactics he used to build a multi-billion dollar company outside Silicon Valley.

Since 2013, Unbabel has raised a total of $91 million in funding and was named the third most innovative enterprise company in 2020 by Fast Company.

In this session, Vasco will discuss:

- Taking an idea to product-market fit and beyond
- Fundraising. From YCombinator to multiple rounds
- Scaling from just the founding team to 100s at breakneck speed without breaking the culture. How to find the right people at the right time
- Building a repeatable, scalable growth engine. What did sales, growth, and marketing look like in the early stages and how has that evolved through to today
- Go-to strategies to support rapid growth and the lessons learned through periods of massive shift and uncertainty
- Going global. When's the right time and what's the most effective way to do it
- How AI can help you scale, grow, and adapt for better customer service
- Tops tools, KPIs and metrics

Apr 8, 2021 11:00 AM in Pacific Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Vasco Pedro
CEO @Unbabel
Vasco Pedro is the co-founder and CEO of Unbabel, an AI powered platform that enables modern enterprises like Eventbrite, Facebook, Tinder, Expedia, and Under Armour to serve customers in their native languages, with always-on, scalable translation across digital channels. The company recently raised a total of $91 million in funding and was named the third most innovative enterprise company in 2020 by Fast Company. Based in Lisbon, Portugal, Vasco holds a Ph.D. in Language technologies from Carnegie Mellon University and is a faculty member of Singularity University. Vasco has played a key role in strengthening the Portuguese tech ecosystem, through mentorship initiatives including Beta-i, Startup Portugal, and the Founders Initiative.