Andres Glusman is an accomplished business leader with a track record of driving growth and innovation in the tech industry. He is the Co-founder and CEO of DoWhatWorks, a startup in private beta that is focused on growth leaders. Prior to this, he played a crucial role in the launch and success of Meetup, a platform that enables people with shared interests to come together and organize events.
As the Business Unit General Manager at Meetup, Glusman led the effort to make it simple and painless to host Meetups at WeWork, which resulted in a 3.5X growth in volume in under a year. He built a cross-functional team spanning product, engineering, design, operations, and marketing across Meetup and WeWork organizations, and streamlined the user experience from 3 days to just 37 seconds. He also scaled the platform to 190+ buildings worldwide. In addition to this, as the Chief Strategy Officer, he led strategic routines and new initiatives to increase revenue and activity growth and built and led a team to incubate new strategic initiatives.
Throughout his career, Glusman has established himself as a visionary leader who embraces and leverages experiment-oriented Lean Startup Methodologies. He has transformed company cultures, grown product organizations, and doubled growth in key performance metrics. Glusman is a Wharton School MBA and a Leadership Fellow and was awarded the Ford Fellowship for his work investigating the business applications of digital communities.