Ken Babcock is the Co-founder and CEO of Tango, which allows users to create beautiful step-by-step tutorials of any digital process without the performance art of video recordings.
In this episode of The Leader Assistant Podcast, Ken talks about finding, hiring, and onboarding Tango’s chief of staff, Angela, who was an executive assistant. He shares a bit about how Angela has helped their company and team in a short amount of time.
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Ken Babcock is the Co-founder and CEO of Tango, which allows users to create beautiful step-by-step tutorials of any digital process without the performance art of video recordings. Ken, along with his co-founders Brian Shultz and Dan Giovacchini, dropped out of Harvard Business School during the pandemic to start the company.
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