Daniel James, CEO of Zen, joins the aSaaSins podcast to discuss:
- How Daniel's experience transitioning from being a Division 1 collegiate athlete to a working professional led to the opportunity around improving posture at work.
- How Daniel and his team have navigated questions and concerns around privacy while building a solution that's providing real customer value.
- Daniel's focus around building an experience that meets employees where they work.
Daniel is the Co-Founder & CEO at Zen (YC S21), where his team is building posture correction software that empowers people to be more healthy and productive while they work and beyond.
Before launching Zen, Daniel spent time in various B2B product, sales, and marketing roles at startups and large companies like Adobe. Graduate of Yale University where he was a member of the 2017 Ivy League Championship Football Team, A Joseph Tsai Center for Innovative Thinking Fellow, and Startup Yale 1st Place Winner. Proud Louisianian by origins and currently reside in the Bay Area.
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