About The Talk
As a founder or product designer, you constantly need to make tough decisions, often without a lot of information. But you might be able to make smart enough assumptions by looking at your customer data (whether that’s user behavior, demographic data, or etc.)
You can really leverage this data to make the best decisions for your customers, that will ultimately benefit your business.
To learn more about this, we’re excited to chat with Meghan Maupin, Co-founder & CEO of Atolla, an MIT-born skin-care brand that formulates customized serums using data science and machine learning.
We’ll dive into how Atolla uses data to drive their product development process, the kind of data points entrepreneurs should be looking at, how to collect them, and ways to analyze your customer data.
Co-founder & CEO of Atolla
Meghan Maupin is the Co-founder & CEO of Atolla. Meghan has a graduate degree in Engineering and Management from MIT, and previously worked in design roles at Patagonia, The MIT Design Lab, and Formlabs. With an expertise in integrating new technology into user experience, her work includes designing an AI-powered personal assistant, and launching multiple products for mass customization in 3D printing.
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