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Thursday, Jul. 9, 2020 | 8:00 AM - 8:30 AM UTC-7:00
In the first installation of this sub-series on the Salesforce and Alibaba Partnership, we are joined by Phil Richardson (Senior Vice President, Strategic Partnerships and China Cloud) and Ken (VP, Alibaba Cloud Intelligence Business Group) in a fireside chat on the value of the partnership.
In this episode, they will also provide insights on important factors to consider when operating in the China market, top of mind trends they are seeing in the marketplace and advice for customers entering the Chinese market for the first time.
Vice President, Alibaba Cloud
Ken Shen joined Alibaba in September 2018 serving as the Vice President in Alibaba Cloud Intelligence Business Group. Ken's mission is to grow Alibaba Cloud Intelligence business with a diversified partner ecosystem on a win-win basis.
Senior Vice President, Salesforce
Phil Richardson (Senior Vice President) leads the Alibaba + Salesforce Partnership at Salesforce. He is also the International Lead for Strategic Partnerships and the Head of the Salesforce China Cloud.
Partner Business Development, Alibaba Cloud
Martin Ko is a Business Development, Global Strategic Alliance at Alibaba Cloud. A results oriented business professional, Martin has deep experience building and growing ISV and OEM partnerships. He is well-versed in communicating with all levels of internal and external stakeholders.
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