Prior to joining Intercom, my background was in finance. I’d worked in FP&A at a large company (IBM) and then FP&A again within a smaller 150 person startup.
CEO and Co-Founder of Equals. Previously built and led Finance and Analytics at Intercom, from <$1M ARR to $150M+ (20 employees to 600+).
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