Client Spotlight 4.27.18
This month, Bateman Group clients penned bylines in Adweek, Entrepreneur, Fast Company, WIRED, The Atlantic and The Hill. Meanwhile, TechCrunch covered LinkedIn’s video ads announcement and Armis’ $30M funding round. CNBC featured Synthego in a video segment and Inc. listed HackerOne’s co-founders in its “Rising Stars,” an evolution of its annual 30 Under 30 list. Read on for more:
“How These Two Dutch Entrepreneurs Hacked 100 Companies to Become One of the Biggest Hacking Platforms in the World,” Inc. — HackerOne co-founders Jobert Abma and Michiel Prins were listed among Inc’s Rising Stars, an evolution of its annual 30 Under 30 list.
“These Former SpaceX Engineers Are Helping Scientists Find Cures for Genetic Diseases,” CNBC — This video feature explains how CRISPR technology works and how Synthego’s full stack for genome engineering makes CRISPR more accessible to scientists and researchers.
“What’s on Your Mind? Bosses Are Using AI to Find Out,” The Wall Street Journal — This piece features perspectives from two Ultimate Software customers about how AI has allowed them to better understand how employees feel, offering personalized recommendations for management actions to improve employee engagement.
“Our Password-Free Future is Near (But Not Really),” WIRED — Sarah Squire, Ping Identity’s senior technical architect, discusses the security benefits of a password-less future.
“Tech Needs Architects,” Fast Company — David Galbraith, partner at Anthemis, discusses the lessons fintech can learn from architecture and systems thinking.
“The Hill: Data Bill of Rights,” The Hill — James Markarian, SnapLogic’s CTO, wrote a controversial OpEd on the heels of the Facebook data breach.
“Can This Company Convince You to Love GMOs?” The Atlantic — Jason Kelly, Ginkgo Bioworks’ CEO, discusses how the company is reclaiming the conversation around GMOs and why everyone should love them as much as he does.
“4 Ways B-to-B Marketers Should Be Using Mobile Video,” Adweek — Tomer Cohen, vice president of products for LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, shares tips for marketers who are looking to invest in mobile video. LinkedIn also introduced video ads to its platform.
“Armis Raises $30 Million Series B as Enterprise IoT Security Heats Up,” TechCrunch — Armis announced it raised $30M in its Series B funding round.
“The Future of Software Is No-Code,” Inc. — In this feature, Greg Satell discusses why the future of software is no-code and the importance of putting power into the hands of people who use business tools every day with QuickBase SVP Jay Jamison.
“Every Hire Has Been a Good One Since This CEO Started Hiring for Values,” Entrepreneur — Amit Sharma, Narvar’s CEO and founder, highlights how businesses should hire people who align with their mission and values.