Posted by Emily Leinbach on August 27th, 2020
August 27, 2020 – The Bowdoin Group, a Boston-based executive search firm with deep expertise in leadership search and team expansions for companies across the Innovation Economy, shares the second episode of the C-Suite podcast series “Decoding the Journey: Stories from the Technology C-Suite.”
In this second episode, our own Jim Urquhart (Managing Director, FinTech) talks to Brian Day, CEO of Fuze, a global cloud communications and collaboration software company. As CEO, Brian is responsible for the operational leadership of Fuze. Brian has a 25 year track record as a successful financial leader and operator in the C-Suite at high-growth companies, most recently at Apperian where he served first as CFO, and then President and CEO through its sale in 2016. Prior to Apperian, Brian held financial and operational leadership roles at Goal.com, Gomez, Inc., and Octave Communications. Outside of work, Brian is an avid sailor and skier and has even been known to show up at a triathlon or two.
In our latest episode, you’ll hear more about:
- Brian’s decades-long career in tech, including the jump from CFO to CEO
- How he and his company are handling the challenges of COVID-19
- Best practices around talent management, hiring, and culture at Fuze
- Managing productivity in a remote world
About The Bowdoin Group
Founded in 1994, The Bowdoin Group is an award-winning executive search firm that specializes in leadership and strategic roles, recruitment process outsourcing (RPO) services, and major hiring projects for a wide range of companies, from small firms building out their executive team to larger firms sourcing talent for rapid market expansion. With deep expertise in BioPharma, Digital Health, FinTech, and Software & Technology, Bowdoin is a national leader with the ability to source talent and service companies globally. The company’s service reputation has earned it a ranking in the top 2% of the recruiting industry for client satisfaction year after year. The Bowdoin Group is also active in supporting the local entrepreneurial ecosystem as well as several non-profit causes, including Life Science Cares, NEVCA, Hack.Diversity, and FinTech Sandbox.