News from the ground: Business Insider, WebSummit #WomeninTech, Insurtech

You are part of our growth! That’s why each month, we want to share with you our latest news!

Early Metrics covered by Business Insider & Fintech Summary – Since we launched our activities in the UK, we have gained more and more attention from the press. From understanding what Early Metrics does, to how it supports the ecosystem by increasing transparency, and ultimately support engagement decision towards start-ups and scale-ups, Early Metrics has been giving polishing it’s British accent to best answer journalists’ questions. From our latest coverage, we are proud to share Antoine’s interview on Business Insider and Fintech Summary. Teaser excerpt: « You’ve got this kind of unbiased free feedback that is very, very valuable in an ecosystem where everyone is telling you you’re great — your family, your friends — or you’re crap — more the VC and investors. You’ve got most of the time very contrasting and biased feedback”. Bonne Lecture!

Web Summit, representing #Womenintech – Early Metrics was earlier this month at the annual European tech conference Web Summit. Moderating a roundtable with various entrepreneurs and businesswomen, we spoke about “Being a good founder, becoming a better CEO”, sharing tips, advice and experiences. One of the main conclusions was the need for founders to take time to update and hone their skills in order to be ready to scale their startup. Early Metrics is engaged in the promotion of diversity in tech and supports in France the Led By Her initiative.

Insurtech: 3 upcoming developments you need to know about if you don’t want to be outpaced – Not fed up of reading yet? Right you are, as you would be missing Antoine’s latest post on insurtech, which was featured in the Fintech Times and Fintechna. Insurers and insurtech interested in personalized insurance and climbing up the foodchain will want to know why one will never ensure – or be insured – the same way again.

One month before Christmas, what trends in retail – the store of the future will be customer-centric. In an article from retail insight company Daco, Antoine shares his thoughts about mass-customization and purchase as an experience rather than a one-off act. Will your Christmas shopping experience reflect that this year?

 

The Early Metrics team