Nicolas Vandenberghe began his career selling newspapers in the streets of Paris in high school, studied Maths at Ecole Polytechnique and then received his MBA from Stanford GSB. He started and sold 3 tech companies with up to 65 employees and $11M in revenues, and also ran sales for a $2B telecom firm negotiating billion-dollar deals with companies like Google. Most recently in 2016, he co-founded his 4th startup and presently is the CEO of the SaaS firm Chili Piper – a pioneer in Buyer Enablement. The company is fully distributed – leveraging global talent with employees in 28 cities in 14 countries. Its scheduling platform is used by Intuit, Square, Twilio and more than 300+ companies worldwide for multiple use cases.