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Saving the world’s ocean through collective innovation

Published on
2021-03-24
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2021-03-24
Kergaravat
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Charles
Kergaravat
Head of International Marketing
Kergaravat
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Martha Cavazos
SOA, Accelerator Program Lead

Martha Cavazos, Accelerator Program Lead at Sustainable Ocean Alliance, explains how they are saving the world's ocean through collective innovation. Workshops, retrospective, team rituals... you'll learn how they are using Klaxoon to connect startups, mentors and investors to develop leaders, cultivate ideas, accelerate solutions to tackle the greatest challenges facing our oceans.

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Charles Kergaravat is head of international marketing at Klaxoon, an award-winning company that is changing the way businesses harness the power of teams with solutions designed to make meetings more efficient and work practices more collaborative. He has conducted multiple studies to measure how new ways of working are affecting and changing work habits at the intersection of people, places, and technology.
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