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Ken Narita

Ken Narita’s marketing career spans two decades helping businesses large and small grow. Whether it’s been advising emerging startups, guiding clients from the agency side, or currently, leading SMB marketing at Ooma, Ken has always taken an empathetic approach to addressing goals, gaps, and opportunities. Previously at TriNet, from 2011 to 2017, he grew and led the revenue marketing team through a period of rapid change and growth where net service revenue consistently grew in a range of 15-20% per year and reached $650 million at the end of his tenure. Ken has led demand generation, field marketing, customer marketing, and marketing operations teams and enjoys the ability to integrate campaigns across all functions to drive results.

Articles by: Ken Narita

Small Business
workplace etiquette
Written by Ken Narita

When starting a new job, it’s important to both brief yourself on the company’s specific policies and take stock of the unique culture of your new workplace. While some things change between companies, some rules are universal and provide a general guideline for how to behave. Here’s a breakdown of some widely accepted workplace etiquette […]

Small Business
small business into a smart business
Written by Ken Narita

Running a small business can pull you in a million different directions. While a large corporation has separate departments for advertising, finance and IT, small business owners wear multiple hats. This makes it all the more important to leverage technology to work smarter. Here are some tips on how to turn your small business into […]

Small Business
shared-office-space-work-tips_FI
Written by Ken Narita

The popularity of coworking and shared office spaces is growing in part because of the changing workforce. It’s predicted that by 2020, 40% of the workforce will be freelancers, independent contractors and solopreneurs. An independent analysis has found that coworking spaces have expanded 13 fold from just 1,130 spaces available globally in 2011 to 13,800 […]