Grammarly for Business
First Look: The 2024
State of Business Communication Webinar
2024 promises to bring transformational benefits in the ways we communicate and the ways we work—for those who seize the opportunity.
Save your seat to get early access to this year’s State of Business Communication report. After a year of AI experimentation, the results are in on how it has impacted employees, leaders, and businesses as a whole. But now is the time to move past experimentation and toward operational excellence. How will businesses realize the benefits of effective communication and harness the power of generative AI at scale?
On February 21, 2024, at 10 a.m. PST, we're sharing the data for the first time to answer the hard questions facing the world of business communication. You’ll hear expert trends analysis from The Harris Poll's Managing Director, Abbey Lunney, and how those trends affect employees and the bottom line from Grammarly’s Chief Revenue Officer, Matt Rosenberg. Get prepared to seize the opportunity and unlock the full potential of generative AI to improve business outcomes by communicating better, not more.
Following the webinar, you’ll get first access to the report sent directly to your inbox!
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Meet our Panelists
Matt RosenbergChief Revenue Officer
Grammarly for Business
Matt Rosenberg leads all B2B revenue, operations, and growth for Grammarly for Business and Grammarly for Education. Previously, Matt was CRO of Compass and took the company into the Fortune 500, contributing to a more than eightfold increase in business growth. He also served as Eventbrite’s CRO and ran its Global Ticketing and Registration Business. Before that, he built and led ServiceSource’s global revenue organization.
Abbey LunneyManaging Director, Trends & Thought Leadership
The Harris Poll
Abbey Lunney uses data to decode human behavior and tell the stories of why people make the decisions they do. She builds research-driven insights for clients across industries, including finance, automotive, education, health, entertainment, and more. Designed to capture emerging tensions and trends from a future-forward lens, her work has been featured at Davos, Cannes, and SXSW, among others.