Google on Lookout for Talent To Lead Its Web3 Team

  • Google is on the lookout for a full-time candidate to take on leading its Global Web3 marketing strategies.
  • The new position will be responsible for driving awareness across various segments of the Web3 audience.
  • The new job location will only be limited to New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Sunnyvale.

After the establishment of a Web3 team under the Google Cloud on May 6, the tech giant is now on the lookout for a full-time candidate to take on leading its Global Web3 marketing strategies.

In a Tweet from Jordan Novet, which was posted on May 6, “Google Cloud is forming a Web3 product and engineering organization that will build services for developers. New job postings have appeared on Google’s internal Grow tool.”

According to the actual job listing, Google Cloud opened up a Head of Product Marketing role. The person filling the position will be tasked with raising awareness about Google Cloud’s Web3 initiatives in addition to eventually building customer demand for the related offerings.

Some of the other responsibilities of the new position will include leading market initiatives, including creating annual plans for Web3 and driving awareness across various segments of the Web3 audience.

Right before the commencement of the Web3 team, the Vice President of Google Cloud, Amit Zavery, shared his Web3 vision with employees in an email stating “while the world is still early in its embrace of Web3, it is a market that is already demonstrating tremendous potential with many customers asking to increase our support for Web3 and crypto-related technologies.”

The new job location will only be limited to New York, San Francisco, Seattle, and Sunnyvale. This job will be the first time Google attempts to delve into their Web3 ideas.

In other news, Gavin Wood, the creator of Polkadot (DOT), expressed his own excitement about Web3 during the World Economic Forum (WEF) Annual Meeting 2022. He believes that Web3 pouches the conversation beyond Bitcoin and smart contracts, into the underlying technology that powers the world of crypto.