Michelle Zatlyn, COO and Co-founder of Cloudflare, talks culture with C100. “What founders do early on matters a lot”.

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18 December 2018

This edition of  ‘our stories_’ features C100 Charter Member, Michelle Zatlyn, Co-founder and COO of Cloudflare.  “What you do everyday as a founder, is reflected in the organization.” She shares her insights on the importance of leading consistently as a founder to establish organizational culture early and lessons learned from making exceptions.

We’re also thrilled to announce that Michelle is joining us for our annual Growth Summit in February as a featured speaker. The below video is a small preview of what Michelle will be speaking about in February – The Importance of Culture and Employer Brand.

C100’s 2019 Growth Summit is a celebration of Canada’s fastest-growing tech companies at an invitation-only summit in San Francisco. Reach out to us to learn more about getting involved with this year’s summit.
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