Matthieu is an investor but hasn't provided additional information.
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|2002 ISC Paris , MBA , Marketing & Logistics|
|2001 ESCE , BA , International Marketing & Finance|
Frequently distinguished for exceeding business objectives: DELL Circle of Excellence ('05), Interactive Brands Yearly Award ('07), Art.com New Recruit of the Year Award ('10).
I want to change the world.
Stripe, AdaptivePath, Dash, MarketMotive
While creating a platform, it's frustrating to not be able to accelerate our technology development or clone key members
It's rewarding to share your vision with your team and have them motivated when they understand the big picture, even better, advocating for the business in front of customers.
Don't see the dynamics of their market, their product, their technology (...) to anticipate and adjust very quickly the strategy.
* Be lean until you get an MVP and see market traction for your solution or product
* Your network is your net value - build relationships including though-leadership techniques
* Your first team members will define your core culture. They would also inspire confidence for the next hires or investors. You need A-level!
Matthieu Dejardins has nearly 15 years of experience in the e-commerce and technology industry. He began his career at DELL Computers, where he achieved a 400 percent growth in sales in 30 months and was recipient of Dell’s Yearly performance award (2004) for achieving best margin and revenue among the European Distribution Business segment.
In 2005, Dejardins relocated to Moscow to open the first DELL Computer online store in Russia, where he spearheaded a joint venture partnership between Ozon.ru (Russia's first e-Commerce Site) and Direct Group. He also launched new IT information portals in collaboration with Nielsen Company & Gawker Media.
Dejardins later spent two years in Canada championing strategic positioning and sales of custom PDF software for a Montreal-based startup, Interactive Brands, achieving a 245 percent YOY increase in sales.
To take advantage of the Silicon Valley venture funding and start up environment, Dejardins relocated to California In 2009, working for Seagate Technologies, he launched three online stores in Europe and later became the Head of Analytics and Testing for Art.com.
Dejardins concepted the primary version of the NextUser platform based on these experiences in E-commerce, global online business operations and web analytics.
Known as resourceful, versatile, analytical with an entrepreneurial flair, Dejardins successfully completed the Founder Institute (Start-up incubator program) in 2012. He earned a bachelor’s degree in International Marketing & Finance from ESCE in Paris and a master’s degree in marketing, logistics and distribution from ISC Paris.