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April 28, 2021 36 min
As the Founder and CEO Nearby, a platform aimed at empowering local businesses and helping them reach more customers, tech entrepreneur April Underwood has unique insight into the profound challenges — and opportunities — facing local biz today. But what does the “future of local” look like following the destabilizing year that was 2020? What technologies will be necessary for businesses of all stripes to embrace a “digital-best” mentality? In this episode, which sees Underwood drawing on her local expertise as well as her background as Chief Product Officer at Slack, you’ll hear about the future of empowering local businesses, tips for a successful digital transformation, predictions on the future of remote work, and more.
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