Throwback to this fall news about European startups developing and entering foreign markets.
The startup funded in 2013 developed a key data product combining Machine Learning and Artificial intelligence based on a collaborative approach. The Dataiku Data Science Studio (DSS) was designed to connect companies’ business departments with data scientists and data analysts to produce predictive analysis.
Dataiku announced in September raising a $28 million Series B investment (by Battery Ventures with help from FirstMark, Serena Capital and Alven).
Those investments will allow the company to enter the Asian market and already appointed a VP for the Asian-Pacific region. Among their firsts clients there are Samsung and Hyundai.
Dataiku is looking to build a team of 5 people to develop the Asian market and in general, will double the number of its employees in the next months!
The Conversational commerce platform that enables brands to interact in real-time with customers raised $38 million in Series C funding (Idinvest Partners, Bpifrance via Large Venture) and announced its willingness to accelerate international growth and innovation.
“This new funding gives us the means to maintain a strong pace of growth while reinforcing our presence in Europe and efficiently expanding our activity in the United-States. Our aim is to become a global leader in Conversational Marketing” said Julien Hervouët, CEO of iAdvize.
Among top priorities:
– Develop its teams based in London, Düsseldorf, Madrid and Nantes (HQ) with the number of staff set to multiply by 4 in the London office by 2020.
– Accelerate product innovation by doubling its R&D workforce to invest heavily in artificial intelligence and continue to develop ibbü, the community of savvy enthusiasts paid to advise online visitors.
– Expand its international footprint by opening its first North American office in Boston USA in October 2017.
Participate to this great adventure: Watch out for the latests Dataiku jobs
Tinyclues optimizes the targeting of companies’ marketing campaign with an innovative AI-marketing solution. Launched in 2013, the startup based in Paris announced entering the North-American market :
“Launching in North America is an exciting step in the growth of Tinyclues. We’re impressed by the enthusiasm our solution is generating in the United States and in Canada, as brands seek to drive customer engagement and revenue with an AI-first solution designed around their real business needs.” David Bessis, founder and CEO of Tinyclues
Participate to this new American adventure! Tinyclues latests jobs