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  • Slack launches its own podcast
  • Slack launches its own podcast
    AndrĂ©anne Germain (2008) ©

Slack launches its own podcast

Office chat platform Slack has become a Silicon Valley phenomenon, and in April 2015 was valued at more than $2.8 billion. With a number of its client businesses creating their own branded content, Slack's following suit with its own podcast, intended to promote its human side.



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