Name: Revelio Labs
Legal Name: Revelio Labs, Inc
Location: New York City, New York
Industry – Global Data Analytics Market
Projection: $77.64 B by 2023 (Source: MarketWatch)
Revelio Labs uses AI technology and research methods to study and understand the raw human capital data present in millions of job postings, resumes, online profiles, reports and converts this data into structured information representing unique insights and trends. By providing an in-depth view of the workforce in companies across the globe, Revelio aims to enable informed decision making for investors, venture capitalists, and strategists. According to the founders of Revelio Labs, ‘what Bloomberg has done to capital markets, Revelio aims to do that to the labor market’.
Revelio believes that not only are human capital metrics and financial outcomes of a company closely correlated, but an understanding of employee dynamics can lead to an in-depth understanding of all aspects of the company. They use a proprietary machine learning algorithm that groups similar roles into clusters and by virtue of this grouping, they enable meaningful comparison of these metrics across companies and industries.
Revelio’s overall product offering has three flavors – corporate profiling, advanced analytics, and research reports. Each of these offerings is based on datasets derived from an in-depth understanding of the talent make-up of several companies. The talent make-up is represented via a multitude of metrics like headcounts, hiring and attrition rates, and role distribution segmented by skill, seniority, geography, education, and other factors. These datasets can be accessed via their web interface, delivered via data delivery tools like Crux or can be downloaded in bulk.
On their web interface, Revelio has enabled an extremely flexible and easy to use customization and reporting tool over their datasets. Users can choose the roles and metrics they want to compare for their specific companies of interest and further segment them based on metrics like geography and seniority levels. Revelio also uses its own datasets to identify trends and patterns within and across industries and publish these insights via research reports available on their website.
Origin and Founding Team
Jointly co-founded by Ben Zweig and Yedidya Gorsetman, Revelio Labs started in the year 2018. Ben, the CEO of Revelio labs has a background in labor economics and data science. Besides running his startup, Ben is a data and economics faculty at NYU Stern School of Business. With a Ph.D. in Economics, his past experience has both teaching and corporate stints with names like IBM and Columbia University on the list. Yedidya, on the other hand, comes from a background of advertising, design, and film and has diverse experience of working in production houses and media companies.
Performance and Trends
Launched in October 2018, Revelio has (as of April 2019) grown to a team of 6 data scientists and has 4 paying customers. It has been selected in the 2019 cohort of the Barclays Accelerator, powered by Techstars and was also among the top 4 finalists in the NYU Stern $300K entrepreneur challenge in the new venture category.
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