Pursuing its mission to fight unemployment and talents’ misfits, the Rude Baguette is featuring interviews of startups (small and bigger) participating in next edition of the Paris Startup Job Fair. Whether your job is insanely boring, your talent is misunderstood by your boss or you are not so keen on going back to Pôle Emploi, join us and discover your future dream employer! It might be tinyclues, find out more about them in this article before meeting IRL on the 5th of April.
tinyclues is a technology startup that builds a SaaS predictive CRM platform for the use of marketing and CRM teams. The French “rising star” in the area of cloud-based big data solution outperforms competing solutions by a margin of 25% to 40% in live A/B testing run by its clients.
The company was founded in 2010 by David Bessis, mathematician, and Jakob Haesler, partner at McKinsey&Co. tinyclues’ mission is to maximize its clients’ CRM efficiency (increased revenues, decreased unsubscriptions) by delivering the best possible tools to optimize the targeting of their newsletters and campaigns.
Their team of 18 people, mainly mathematicians and programmers, is working in their offices located in Paris’ Silicon Sentier (2e arrondissement). Pauline Brown, marketing and communication manager, answers our questions.
What’s the elevator pitch for your company’s teamwork philosophy?
We share information, knowledge, and even desks (no assigned seating).
Tell us on HR policy that you are particularly proud of and one that you are allergic to:
How cool is it to work with you?
Other than that, we like parties, all kinds of parties. Welcome parties, dinner parties, afterwork parties, good neighbor parties, birthday parties… We like mixing. We like mingling. In fact, we organize company dinner parties every 6 weeks and we are launching our first tinyclues&friends hang-out next month (time and place soon to be announced)!
What kind of profiles are you looking to recruit?
Where do you see you company in two years?
Two years ago, tinyclues had 6 team members, 35m2 of office space and no clear product. Today, tinyclues counts 18 team members, 140m2 of loft style offices in the heart of Paris, a dozen paying customers, and $1.9 M in funding. As of now, all we know for sure is that tinyclues continues to improve the functionalities available to its clients, engage in the European market, and has global ambitions. But as a fast growing tech company on a quickly evolving market, it’s hard to say for sure what tinyclues will look like two years from now.