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Karina Dahlke

Karina Dahlke is the Head of Product Marketing for Guavus, a Thales company, providing leading AI-based analytics solutions to service providers worldwide. Throughout her career, she has held multiple leadership positions in high-tech marketing, global sales and business development for AI, cyber-security and networking companies. She's formed many valuable customer and partner relationships with service providers and large enterprises alike, resulting in multimillion-dollar revenue streams and led cross-functional international teams collaborating with engineering and product management to address key business issues.

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