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From Market Match
to Customer-Centric

Andre Yee, Chief Product Officer at Foundry, has transitioned from software engineering to leading multiple companies that have gone public.

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Andre Yee, Chief Product Officer at Foundry, has transitioned from software engineering to leading multiple companies that have gone public. He believes that creating demand early through product market fit and maintaining a happy customer base creates the conditions for business success. 

On this episode of the Fuel Growth Podcast, Andre shares his experiences in smaller companies—building, growing, and being acquired—as well as experiences from leading a larger company through an acquisition.

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Andre Yee, Chief Product Officer at Foundry

Andre Yee Chief Product Officer of Foundry

Andre Yee is the Chief Product Officer at Foundry and formerly Founder/CEO of Triblio, a best in class ABM orchestration platform. In June 2020, Triblio merged with Foundry to serve as the anchor in its evolution beyond media to marketing tech. Prior to Triblio, Andre was the SVP Product Development for Eloqua. He was part of the executive management team that led Eloqua to an IPO and an eventual billion dollar exit to Oracle. He is a leading voice in ABM and regularly speaks on topics related to ABM and emerging marketing tech.

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From Market Match
to Customer-Centric

Andre Yee, Chief Product Officer at Foundry, has transitioned from software engineering to leading multiple companies that have gone public.

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