Meet a Muley: Emily Turner, Sales Talent Sourcer

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My name is Emily and I’m a Sales Talent Sourcer on the MuleSoft Talent team. Not to be confused with a sorcerer; unfortunately, no, I’m not a wizard. Sorry, Hogwarts!

Sourcers own building top of funnel pipeline for our Talent team. In my case, I am looking for all-star Sales talent for our Account Executive, Customer Success, Federal, and Channel teams. I find these candidates by utilizing a number of tools as well as the greater MuleSoft network.

MuleSoft MeetUp: How we maintain global connectedness as we scale

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In 2009, our then 24-person team of Muleys gathered in San Francisco for a week of face-to-face collaboration. Even in its smallest and earliest days, MuleSoft was a global company with employees working remotely from New York to Buenos Aires; Portland to Germany; Michigan to San Francisco. As a tiny startup at the time, it was important for us to align with company goals from the beginning.

Muleys give back: MuleSoft’s global month of service

November 17 2017

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This October, we held a global month of service, where Muleys from 12 countries across the world – from the U.S. and Argentina to Singapore and the UK – participated in over 50 volunteer opportunities to give back to the community.

The opportunities enabled Muleys to come together and do community work as a team. The community service opportunities spanned various interests and causes––from collecting cleaning supplies and cooking pancakes to distributing foods and donating children’s books.

Meet a Muley, Adam Ward, Account Development Executive

I am an Account Development Executive based in MuleSoft’s London office. The Account Development team’s focus is the top of the sales funnel, creating strong opportunities for the Field Sales team.

I Was Used To Enterprise Sales. Then I Joined MuleSoft

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There are very few enterprise software companies that actually have the opportunity to transform how their customers operate and compete. They might have an opportunity to sell an application that makes their sales force more effective or they might have the opportunity to sell a tool that helps them organize or access their data more effectively.

Our Biggest Takeaways After 3 Days at the Grace Hopper Conference

From left: Carly Donovan, Willow Solem, Shweta Inamdar, Eva Martinez, Shelby Wingo, Betsy Thomas, Ana Felisatti, Clare Letourneau, from MuleSoft.

This month, we sent 9 Muleys from San Francisco and Buenos Aires to the annual Grace Hopper Celebration Conference (GHC) in Orlando, Florida. GHC is the world’s largest gathering of women technologists, with over 16,000 attendees––including students, engineers, and educators from all over the world.

Meet a Muley: Chloe Fryar, Field Marketing Manager

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I am the Field Marketing Manager for Asia Pacific and I am responsible for driving demand generation in the region. My role is extremely diverse and ranges from connecting markets to our brand to engaging our sales and channel teams with customers and prospects in the region. This means that I get to work cross-functionally across MuleSoft!

MuleSoft Ranked Top 25 Most Innovative Company in Australia

September 29 2017

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At MuleSoft, we are dedicated to not only creating a great workplace, but also putting our culture of innovation into practice to help our employees and customers succeed. Today, thanks to our work with partners and customers, we are happy to announce that we have been awarded a top 25 most innovative company by the Australian Financial Review (AFR) and awarded the top company for process innovation for our work with NSW Health and iSelect.

Meet a Muley: Carla Cooper, Vice President of Financial Planning & Analysis

September 22 2017

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This week, we sat with Carla Cooper, Vice President of Financial Planning & Analysis. Carla served for over 20 years as a portfolio manager, before moving into the finance field and joining MuleSoft.

Why Interviews Suck – and What You Can Do About It

September 15 2017

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Over the course of my career I have built a variety of teams, interviewing over 1,000 applicants across a number of positions––from recruiting roles to marketing, sales, and operations.

This wide spectrum of interviewing experience has led me to one conclusion: let’s be honest, interviews are terrible. They’re fake constructs that can be influenced by anything, the interviewer being distracted or just in a bad mood or the interviewee overheating from nervousness. Interviews are just not a great reflection of who people are or how they work.