Dan Kasper, former Special Ops member and current CEO of Wishlist Rewards, joins the podcast!
On the latest episode of Data Decisions with Corus we host Mike Stevens, a 20+ year veteran of the market research industry. Mike shares his insights about how teams can evolve with new technologies and skillsets, and what pitfalls he commonly sees people falling into.
Mike started InsightPlatforms.com as a way to easily share information about the myriad platforms that exist to help companies with market research. Additionally Mike works as a consultant to help companies implement various market research strategies.
Patrick Stewart, friend of Corus and data science expert, joins the podcast to discuss his background and how one might start the process of building a data warehouse.
A little background on Patrick: He currently serves as Vice President of Data Science at Rocky Mountain Resources where he is responsible for building and maintaining the organization's data infrastructure, and leveraging internal and external data to improve profitability of all business units. Prior to joining RMR, he was a Sr. Manager of Data Science for Nordstrom where he assembled and led multiple teams in the marketing and risk strategy divisions. Prior to joining Nordstrom, he held leadership roles at Sports Authority where he used analytics to generate value for multiple departments, including marketing, pricing, merchandising, and operations. Patrick began his professional career as an analyst in the telecom and banking industries. He received a B.S in Economics from Rochester Institute of Technology and an M.S. in Data Science from Northwestern University.
Corus CEO Jason Abromaitis dives into his background with basketball, both as a player and a coach, and how it applies to running a startup.
Our co-founder and CEO Jason Abromaitis joined Megan Hottman on the Maximum Enthusiasm podcast, sharing what it's like to run a startup and also juggle all the other pieces in life. Check it out!
Our new podcast will bridge the gap from our entry-level blog posts to the deeper analytical work of the "Hard Math with Kevin" video series. We'll keep the format generally to 15 minutes or less, so perfect for the commute - and it is also available to download via SoundCloud.