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December 4, 2023

CT-based Arrangr adds two ex-Zoom execs to board

HBJ PHOTO | SKYLER FRAZER Adam Scott Perl is a serial entrepreneur and co-founder and CEO of his latest startup Arrangr, a meeting scheduling technology company.

A Connecticut-based startup has added a former Zoom executive to its board of advisors, the second ex-Zoom official to join the company this year.

Laura Padilla, former head of global channels and business development at Zoom Video Communications, joined Chester-based Arrangr’s board in November, the meeting scheduling technology company announced. The move comes several months after Arrangr added Harry Moseley, Zoom’s former chief information officer, to the board in April.

Arrangr, founded in Connecticut by Adam Scott Perl and Ryan Moody in 2019, offers meeting scheduling capabilities for in-person or remote meetings by allowing people to share their digital calendars. The software can reserve tentative meeting times, release them when rejected and schedule a complete meeting from beginning to end. It can also conduct live polling, suggest restaurants and meeting spots and integrate with videoconferencing programs such as Zoom, Microsoft Teams and Slack.

The company has been steadily developing its technology, launching Arrangr 3.0 in November and preparing for new updates to the user interface and functionality.

Arrangr recently raised an undisclosed sum during a fundraising round, Perl said. The company is also beginning a new seed round of funding, Perl said.
Padilla is currently a partner and head of business development at California-based venture capital firm Sapphire Ventures. In addition to Zoom, Padilla has held leadership positions at Airtable and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. According to information from Arrangr, she’s helped scale private companies such as Zoom, Nutanix, Box and Riverbed to more than $1 billion in post-IPO revenue.

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