May 18, 2021

Career Progressions & Building Teams from Scratch

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In this episode, Hirewell partner James Hornick talks with Dan Cummings, VP Platform Solutions and Strategy at Arrive (formerly ParkWhiz). Dan and James have worked together for over 15 years and discuss career progressions and proactive career management through the lens of Dan’s career journey from hands-on tech, to product management, to high-level business development. They also talk about building new teams from scratch, as Dan had experience building teams and products from the ground up on multiple occasions. 

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