Logitech is raising the bar for video collaboration. We cordially invite you to see the future of intelligent video conferencing. Join Logitech Leadership and a few special guests as we showcase new innovative solutions making video meetings as natural and productive as face-to-face.
New Product Showcase:
President & CEO
VP & General Manager, Video Collaboration
Head of Product, Video Collaboration
Senior Product Marketing Manager, Video Collaboration
As president and Chief Executive Officer of Logitech, Bracken P. Darrell is responsible for Logitech’s strategy for growth and profitability, for the vision for the brand as well as for the company’s operations. Mr. Darrell joined Logitech as president in April 2012, and assumed the role of chief executive officer in January 2013.
Mr. Darrell brings to Logitech more than twenty years of experience in business management and brand management in successful global consumer companies, including Whirlpool, Procter & Gamble and General Electric. His broad executive management experience has spanned manufacturing, supply chain, product innovation, consumer services and marketing – targeting customers in mature and emerging markets. He has led growth and reinvention for iconic brands such as Old Spice, Gillette, Braun, KitchenAid and Whirlpool.
Prior to joining Logitech, Mr. Darrell was executive vice president of Whirlpool Corporation and president of Whirlpool EMEA, where he guided the company through the economic downturn of 2008. Previously, Mr. Darrell was with Procter & Gamble, most recently as the president of Braun, the home appliance business. In addition to a total of twelve years with Procter & Gamble – in executive management positions as well as earlier years in brand management – Mr. Darrell served with General Electric Company for five years, most recently as the general manager of Consumer Home Service. Mr. Darrell began his career with Arthur Anderson and then PepsiCo.
Bracken Darrell holds an M.B.A. degree from Harvard Business School and a B.A. degree in English from Hendrix College in Arkansas.
Scott is the VP and GM of Logitech Video Collaboration. Since joining Logitech in 2015, Scott has led the division to market leadership and ~20x growth from $62m to a nearly $1 billion business run rate with triple digit growth. The Video Collaboration group is now one of the company’s largest and fastest growing businesses.
Scott has held market-leading roles throughout his career in next-generation communications. Prior to Logitech, he founded Vidtel, a pioneer in cloud-based any-to-any video conferencing services. Vidtel was the first to connect high-end video systems (e.g., Cisco, Polycom) with consumer-based services such as Skype, Google and WebRTC. Vidtel had a successful exit in 2013.
Scott was an early executive at BroadSoft (IPO; acquired by Cisco) and VocalTec (IPO) where he spearheaded numerous groundbreaking initiatives, including the development of the first commercial VoIP product, the creation of the cloud PBX market and the VoIP service provider industry.
Scott holds an MBA from Yale University.
Henry is the Head of Product of Logitech’s Video Collaboration group. Since joining Logitech in 2018, Henry has overseen the development and launch of several key products including Logitech Tap, Sync, Swytch, and most recently Rally Bar and Rally Bar Mini.
Henry is a Silicon Valley product leader with a long history of building consumer and enterprise products. Prior to Logitech, he led product and design teams at several startups and larger companies including Palm webOS, Nauto, and Pebble.
Henry attributes his success to an ability to merge the speed of a startup with the scale of a large enterprise. Bringing deep consumer expertise to an IT environment enables Henry to focus his team on the qualities people care about in tech products: performance, simplicity, and beautiful design.
Caroline is a Senior Product Marketing Manager within Logitech’s Video Collaboration Group. Since joining in January 2020, Caroline has led the product marketing launch for Logitech’s next generation portfolio of room solutions, including Rally Bar, Rally Bar Mini, and RoomMate.
Caroline is a “marketer with an ops background”. Before Logitech, Caroline led customer marketing campaigns at Zendesk and spent several years in strategy and operations roles at Cisco Systems.
Caroline is passionate about bringing new products to market globally, and is determined to do so in a way that is both customer-centric and operationally scalable. She is excited to continue expanding her team and empowering companies to invest in the future of work.