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A tech veteran who led her last company through a sale and skyrocketing success was recruited as CEO of $641 million search startup Algolia to scale it through 'hypergrowth'

Business Insider Thursday, 28 May 2020
A tech veteran who led her last company through a sale and skyrocketing success was recruited as CEO of $641 million search startup Algolia to scale it through 'hypergrowth'· On May 19, the $641 million search startup Algolia announced former Alfresco CEO Bernadette Nixon as its new CEO.
· As CEO, Nixon says her goals are to scale the business, release new artificial intelligence products, and help customers navigate the coronavirus pandemic.
· Currently, Algolia competes with search software...
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