28 Nov Stanford Seminar – Interview with Amy Chang of Accompany
Amy Chang had accomplished a lot in her eight years at Google, helping launch and then lead Google Analytics to 70 percent market share. But then she left to launch her own tech startup, a relationship-intelligence platform called Accompany. In conversation with Matt Harvey of the Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Chang talks about getting out of one’s comfort zone and laying the groundwork for a successful career.
Amy Chang: DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Series
November 8, 2017 –
4:30pm to 5:30pm
NVIDIA Auditorium, Huang Engineering Center.
Open to the Public
Join us for a conversation with Amy Chang, the founder and CEO of Accompany, an adaptive virtual chief of staff and product that integrates all of a user’s email, contacts, social feeds and more in one platform. Chang sits on the boards of Procter & Gamble and CISCO and has served on the board of Splunk, Informatica and Target’s Digital Advisory Council. Prior to Accompany, Chang led Google Analytics for seven years, growing coverage from 1 percent to over 70 percent of the web. Early in her career, she ran product for paid search and affiliates at eBay and worked as a consultant at McKinsey. She is an advisor to Hubspot, Optimizely, ClearSlide, BloomReach, Skyhigh Networks, Origami Logic, Kanjoya and Datorama. Chang holds a B.S. and M.S. in electrical engineering from Stanford University.
The DFJ Entrepreneurial Thought Leaders Seminar series is generously supported by the venture capital firm Draper Fisher Jurvetson.
Stanford Technology Ventures Program, Business Association of Stanford Entrepreneurial Students