The Data Standard

The evolution of a successful tech startup? with Ido Shlomo
Ido Shlomo, Group Manager, Data Science at BlueVine, sits down with TDS to discuss the evolution of a successful tech startup.

Episode Summary

Startup companies can come in all forms, but the phrase “startup company” is often associated with high growth, technology-oriented companies, many of which seek to disrupt an existing market or to create a new market. Investors are generally most attracted to those new companies distinguished by their risk/reward profile and scalability. Tech startups are early-stage businesses that aim to develop and manufacture technological products or services. They focus on bringing these products or digital services to the markets. They have been emerging in recent years and becoming valuable companies. However, on the other hand, there are also many tech startups that fail. Thus, it is important to understand how a tech startup can succeed.

Meet The Host

Catherine Tao

Data scientist at The Data Standard

Catherine Tao is a tech enthusiast looking for new methods for building connections with businesses around the world. Her extensive knowledge of data science allowed her to develop new solutions and implement them into existing ecosystems. She is currently working as a Data scientist and Exclusive Podcast Producer at The Data Standard.

Meet The Guest

Ido Shlomo

Group Manager, Data Science at BlueVine

Head of BlueVine's Data Science team in Redwood City, CA. Problem solver & serial optimist. I enjoy mobilizing data teams to build, innovate and constantly re imagine. Motto: Learn from every mistake, lead by example. Currently tackling the most complex and rewarding ML challenges in the Fintech space.