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Christine Sotelo-Dag
Director of Product Marketing & Customer Marketing at Mode Analytics March 17
Although our company hasn't been officially remote, our Product teams all sit in Dublin, Ireland - while our PMMs are all sitting in San Francisco. Of course this physical (and time) difference poses
Anna Wiggins
Sr. Director Product Marketing, Insights, Copy & Content at Bluevine August 11
I think this question is relevant for all of us across all teams right now. And to be honest, I don’t have a good answer because in a lot of ways we are all still figuring out this new world. However
Roopal Shah
Head (VP) of Global Enablement at Benchling March 9
Planning ahead for those connects - whether it's scheduled coffee or regular 1:1s or even sometimes inviting them to your team meetings for "fun" is always a great way to build and maintain relationsi
Kristen Brophy
VP, Direct to Consumer Marketing at National Basketball Association | Formerly Uber, Square, 1stdibsMarch 24
This is a great question! Developing and building relationships with your colleagues is so important, espeically in a remote world. Here are a few ways that I've seen success in building relationships
April Rassa
Product Marketing at Cohere | Formerly Adobe, Box, GoogleJanuary 19
If your organization uses Slack, set up "Donut" time. Or simply set up 30 minutes monthly 1:1 with your product managers. It can be informal, build relationships. If you see a report that may be relev
Jessica Webb Kennedy
Head Of Marketing at Tailscale | Formerly Atlassian (Trello), HubSpot, LyftDecember 8
One of the biggest things people get wrong when working remotely is accidentally forgetting to create space for human connection. It can be so easy to end up in a very transactional workflow where you