Rachel Haley

Co-Founder & CEO at Clarus Designs

Clarus helps young startups find traction and scale by optimizing their sales process with strategy and outsourced execution.

Rachel has grown her business 200% (YOY) to a $2 million dollar annual run rate. 

Clarus is a mission based business focused on female empowerment. 90% of their staff are women and many are working stay-at-home mothers.

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Rachel Haley

Co-Founder & CEO at Clarus Designs

Clarus helps young startups find traction and scale by optimizing their sales process with strategy and outsourced execution.

Rachel has grown her business 200% (YOY) to a $2 million dollar annual run rate. 

Clarus is a mission based business focused on female empowerment. 90% of their staff are women and many are working stay-at-home mothers.

read more

FOR your podcast

Rachel Haley

Co-Founder & CEO at Clarus Designs

Clarus helps young startups find traction and scale by optimizing their sales process with strategy and outsourced execution.

Rachel has grown her business 200% (YOY) to a $2 million dollar annual run rate. 

Clarus is a mission based business focused on female empowerment. 90% of their staff are women and many are working stay-at-home mothers.

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In this episode, Rachel Haley, Senior Director of Sales Operations at Snowflake, talks about Snowflakes’ cloud data platform where customers can aggregate data sources from across a company and run complex analytics at scale. She also discusses the best practices that can be employed by a company in the incentive plan for their sales teams and the importance of putting in a concrete process before analyzing data.

Nov 2016 - current

Co-Founder & CEO – Clarus Designs

A consulting firm specializing in corporate growth through efficient scaling to maximize potential. Through personalized support companies receive custom designed analysis’ and deliverables; along with effective data organization and monitoring to help identify and track key metrics. Furthermore, projects are implemented to ensure results and employ flexible agreements allowing dynamic changes for future growth.

Nov 2016 - current

Nov 2017 – Mar 2020

Senior Director Sales Operations – Snowflake Computing

Snowflake’s cloud data platform shatters the barriers that have prevented organizations of all sizes from unleashing the true value from their data. More than 2,000 customers deploy Snowflake to advance their businesses beyond what was once possible by deriving all the insights from all their data by all their business users. Snowflake equips organizations with a single, integrated platform that offers the only data warehouse built for the cloud; instant, secure and governed access to their entire network of data; and a core architecture to enable many types of data workloads, including a single platform for developing modern data applications.

Nov 2017 – Mar 2020

May 2013 – Sept 2015

Manager, Finance & Strategy – Salesforce

May 2013 – Sept 2015

Feb 2011 – May 2013

Senior Portfolio Management Analyst – Hall Capital Partners

Construct financial models to perform interest rate shock, liquidity, attribution, and asset allocation analyses for six client portfolios totaling over $2.9 billion. Serve as liaison on behalf of six client portfolios with external investment entities to procure and analyze investment performance as well as monitor daily portfolio activity. Produce quarterly client reports which incorporate performance analysis, balance sheets, and cash flow statements. Assist in managing client transactions including stock sales, wire transfers, charitable gifts and investment funding. Track and analyze performance data.

Feb 2011 – May 2013

2010

🎓 Graduated Magna Cum Laude

Santa Clara University with a dual degree in Economics and Finance

2010

What was your biggest failure as an entrepreneur?
What is a key piece of advice you would recommend to others looking to start a business?
What is / are the most common mistake/s you see sales executives make today?
What is your prioritization framework (i.e. how do you "do it all")?
Can you debunk a common preconceived notion most people have around starting a business?

Podcast agent: Katie White

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