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Why Engagement Matters to Investors - Sarah Tavel, Partner, Greylock Partners - 2016 Habit Summit

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Why Engagement Matters to Investors - Sarah Tavel, Partner, Greylock Partners - 2016 Habit Summit

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Sarah Tavel is an investment partner at Greylock Partners.
Her areas of focus include products, platforms, networks, and marketplaces that enable new forms of communication, media, and commerce.
Prior to Greylock, Sarah was the product lead for search, recommendations, machine vision, and pin quality at Pinterest.
As one of the first 35 employees at Pinterest, her first order of business was to launch Pinterest internationally and close the Series C financing. Sarah then moved into product, becoming Pinterest’s founding PM for search and discovery, and launching Pinterest’s first search and recommendations features.
She also led three acquisitions as she helped the company scale through a period of hyper-growth.
Sarah joined Pinterest in 2012 after co-leading the Series A investment while at Bessemer Venture Partners.
She spent six years at Bessemer as a VC, investing in a wide range of businesses many of which went public or were acquired.
In this presentation, Sarah teaches us more about why Engagement and Habits matter to investors.

Sarah Tavel is an investment partner at Greylock Partners.
Her areas of focus include products, platforms, networks, and marketplaces that enable new forms of communication, media, and commerce.
Prior to Greylock, Sarah was the product lead for search, recommendations, machine vision, and pin quality at Pinterest.
As one of the first 35 employees at Pinterest, her first order of business was to launch Pinterest internationally and close the Series C financing. Sarah then moved into product, becoming Pinterest’s founding PM for search and discovery, and launching Pinterest’s first search and recommendations features.
She also led three acquisitions as she helped the company scale through a period of hyper-growth.
Sarah joined Pinterest in 2012 after co-leading the Series A investment while at Bessemer Venture Partners.
She spent six years at Bessemer as a VC, investing in a wide range of businesses many of which went public or were acquired.
In this presentation, Sarah teaches us more about why Engagement and Habits matter to investors.

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