January latest news
Why 2019 was Evo’s best yet and why 2020 promises to deliver even bigger successes for our team and our partners
Our New Year’s celebrations may be over, but the Evo family isn’t done celebrating what’s to come in 2020 just yet. We’re too excited! 2019 was a big year for us, and 2020 looks to be even bigger. In fact, in 2019 alone, we achieved a 200% growth rate. Not only did our team increase twofold, but we also doubled our reach and client impact.
This growth has strengthened us and set us up to achieve even better results for our clients in the new year. We’re so proud of what our long-term clients have achieved by using our AI to optimise their prices and supply chains.
This growth trajectory looks to continue and even accelerate in 2020. We’re excited to welcome new team members to support our partners and help us continue to ensure our products deliver the best possible results.
To make every new Evo team member feel like a part of the family, we’re formalising and expanding our onboarding and team-building processes.
We’re rapidly expanding our impact on the market as new partners use our products. The more clients that become our partners, the better consumers are served with the right products at the right time. We’ve grown our partnerships significantly over the past year, and based on our pipelines, these will expand even further in 2020. [Read more]
The future of data science: Evo’s predictions of six developments in data science in the 2020s
The way we see it at Evo, data science is the future, but what does the future of data science hold? We asked some of our data scientists to share their thoughts on how the discipline is going to evolve over the next five years, as well as what data scientists will need to know to stay at the top of their field.
Everyone in the industry understands that the more data we have, the better we can predict what will happen. If data scientists can continue to advance technology using artificial intelligence to keep up with this influx of data, predictions will get better every day. [Read more]
Evo executive seminar
“The impact of Artificial Intelligence on management practice”
Following last year’s successful event with LBS and increasing demand, we invite you to discover how effective executive decisions today require data-driven and customer-focused supply chain and pricing strategies.
We will host a free executive seminar with world-class industry leaders.
This exciting events will discuss the impact of artificial intelligence on management practice.
Do you want more information?
Please do not hesitate to send us a message at email@example.com
The event will take place at The Photographers’ Gallery
Free access to the exhibition given to all guests.
11 March 2020
2 – 5 pm
The Photographers’ Gallery
16-18 Ramillies St, Soho,
London W1F 7LW
Evo calendar 2020
We would like to inform you that this year our offices will be closed in the following weeks:
– August 10th – 14th
– December 28th – 31st
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