Scott Steinberg, VP of Product at Enigma Technologies Interviewed by Aman Jain, Product Leader at Capital One.
The Wharton Investment Resource Exchange (WIRE) network at the WCNY is proud to host a series of short webinars in which presenters share their experience building truly disruptive products. This webinar series gives WNCY the opportunity to interact with industry-leading disruptors, ask them questions, and strengthen the network to facilitate potential leads.
This WCNY webinar will feature Scott Steinberg, VP of Product at Enigma. Questions from the audience are encouraged via the group chat on Zoom throughout the webinar.
About Scott Steinberg
Scott Steinberg is VP of Product at Enigma Technologies. Enigma’s product is a dataset about the health and identity of every business in the US, with a particular focus on small and medium businesses. Before joining Enigma, Scott attended Stanford Graduate School of Business and was the CEO of Data Does Good, a venture backed start-up empowering consumers to take ownership of their personal data.
About Aman Jain
Aman Jain, WG'17, is a Product Leader at Capital One's Small Business Card team based in NYC where he is leading an AI-based data product. Prior to Capital One, Aman worked across Capital Markets and Sales and Trading at Deutsche Bank. Having worked for 10 years across Finance, he is passionate about creating value in Finance using emerging technology solutions. He has a B.Engg. in Computer Science from India and an MBA from Wharton Business School at the University of Pennsylvania.
Thursday, April 1, 2021
7:00 PM ET - 8:00 PM ET
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Other Wharton Alumni & Alumni Guests - $20
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