A Chat with Simon Mulcahy: Co-founder and CEO of TIME CO2; President of TIME; a Global Leadership Fellow of the World Economic Forum; past Head of Technology Industries of the World Economic Forum; past Chief Innovation Officer Salesforce responsible for building next generation solutions to transform industries and for growing Salesforce's reputation and capabilities as trusted advisor to the C-suite
This week, Stephen Ibaraki has an exclusive interview with Simon Mulcahy.
Simon Mulcahy is CEO and co-founder of TIME CO2 (at CO2.com), and President of TIME. TIME CO2 is TIME's dedicated approach to raising the profile of the climate conversation and enabling businesses to connect climate action to business value. TIME CO2 enables companies to accelerate to net zero and nature positive through trusted content and solutions.
Simon has served in a number of executive leadership roles at Salesforce over the last decade.
From 2018 - 2021, Simon was Salesforce's Chief Innovation Officer responsible for building next generation solutions to transform industries and for growing Salesforce's reputation and capabilities as trusted advisor to the C-suite.
From 2016 - 2018 he was Salesforce's Chief Marketing Officer, leading Salesforce's global marketing organization.
Before that, he was General Manager of Salesforceï¿½s Financial Services business, defining the vertical go-to-market and product strategy, and launching the Financial Services Cloud.
Throughout Simon's time at Salesforce he was also responsible for growing the companyï¿½s partnerships with leading global communities such as the World Economic Forum and YPO.
Until 2008, Mulcahy was Head of Technology Industries of the World Economic Forum. In that role, he worked closely with CEOs of leading global technology companies, as well as prominent thought leaders and government leaders.
Earlier in his career, Mulcahy was a strategy consultant, and before that, a British Army Officer.
Simon is a Global Leadership Fellow of the World Economic Forum. He has an MBA from Columbia University, London Business School and INSEAD, and an honors degree in economics and politics. He speaks fluent French and German. He is married, with two children and lives in Hawaii.
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