Head of GrowthVectice
Member Since May 2021
Remy leads the Growth at Vectice. Prior to joining Vectice, Remy Thellier was an executive at Syntony, delivering unique technologies to large enterprise customers in the transportation, space, and defense markets. Before that, he was advising on the go-to-market of deep tech and AI for the French Embassy Trade Office in San Francisco. Earlier, he was the founder and CEO of the IoT company Horse Cape and also led the e-commerce rebuild of Decathlon India. He holds an engineering degree from the top European graduate School Centrale. He has experience working in Spain, France, India, China, Lebanon but settled in San Francisco, USA.
New entrepreneurs often approach their hoped-for mentors first, but successful industry leaders can and should proactively reach out to help the next generation of professionals, leaders, and business owners. Often, new and young entrepreneurs are advised to seek out a mentor. Their eagerness to learn and humility when asking for help can be a huge asset in their entrepreneurial journey. However, they shouldn’t always have to do the leg work to forge a successful mentorship. Rather than waiting for an up-and-coming professional or budding entrepreneur to contact them, established business owners and leaders can be proactive and give the next generation a leg up by sharing their experiences, insights, and assistance. There are several opportunities for successful leaders to pay it forward, and it doesn’t have to be through one-to-one mentorship (although that can provide amazing insights and opportunities for both parties). Whatever the time commitment they’re able to give, leaders can and should find ways to help the next generation as they begin their journey. Below, 15 members of Fast Company Executive Board share ways to do just that.
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Vectice's mission is to revolutionize the way enterprise data science teams index their assets, manage knowledge, and collaborate with the rest of the business. We are building a platform-agnostic AI assets management and documentation software for enterprises to successfully scale their AI initiatives by providing a unified view of data science initiatives across an organization. Enterprises use Vectice to centralize project visibility, share domain knowledge, mitigate data science project risks, and increase their AI initiatives' ROI.