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Subject category: Entrepreneurship
Published by: Harvard Business Publishing
Originally published in: 2019
Version: 27 September 2019
Revision date: 30-Oct-2019
Length: 20 pages
Data source: Published sources

Abstract

Stephen Scott needed to decide whether to keep his behavioral analytics startup in the people analytics sector or shift his company into the RegTech sector. Starling had develop technology that enabled its customers to anticipate and shape the behavior of their employees by examining company data on employees, including email traffic. Starling had struggled to grow in the people analytics sector while RegTech was an emerging sector that might provide better opportunities to grow.
Size:
Start-up
Other setting(s):
2014-2017

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Abstract

Stephen Scott needed to decide whether to keep his behavioral analytics startup in the people analytics sector or shift his company into the RegTech sector. Starling had develop technology that enabled its customers to anticipate and shape the behavior of their employees by examining company data on employees, including email traffic. Starling had struggled to grow in the people analytics sector while RegTech was an emerging sector that might provide better opportunities to grow.

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Size:
Start-up
Other setting(s):
2014-2017

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