Straight talk with Zoom COO Aparna Bawa; The new normal in the workplace

By Team YS|6th Aug 2020
Aparna Bawa, COO of Zoom, and Abe Smith, Head of International Markets of Zoom, on how and why Zoom became the most talked-about brand around the world.
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Straight talk with Zoom COO Aparna Bawa

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Aparna Bawa, COO of Zoom, and Abe Smith, Head of International Markets of Zoom, on how and why Zoom became the most talked-about brand around the world.



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