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Tal Almog

Co-founder, COO and Head of ProductBlooma

San Diego, CA

Member Since March 2022


Technical Innovation
Business Operations


Tal is an award-winning technology entrepreneur, executive, and innovator with 25 years of experience in forming and leading high-tech ventures and creating disruptive software solutions. Currently, he is the co-founder, COO and Head of Product at Blooma, a fast growing Fintech startup that uses AI and automation to streamline the commercial real estate underwriting process. Tal is a mentor to young entrepreneurs, an adviser to several technology startups, and serves on the board of directors of Pensievision, a medical device company with products for early-stage detection of human cancers. Tal was recognized in 2015 as San Diego Magazine’s “Top Technology Executive” and now serves as the chair of the award committee.

Published content

Operational excellence at software as a service companies: Formula 1 racing-inspired strategies


These apparently unconnected worlds have a common denominator: operational excellence.

Stop, drop, and innovate: Four ways to nail the movement of the moment


True innovation starts and ends with people. It’s people who build it, people who benefit from it, and ultimately, it’s people who should be central to your strategy when it comes to approaching innovation in your business. 

Spoiled for choice: Four tips for building the perfect tech stack


Choosing applications that work symbiotically with one another means that you can create a solution that’s uniquely customizable to your business needs—one that’s extensible to add to what you need now, and flexible enough to grow with you so you’re not having to overhaul your systems every few years.

10 key metrics to improve a customer's journey

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Don't play guessing games when it comes to building consumer trust and brand loyalty. Developing a brand's long-term success in any marketplace largely depends on a team's ability to strengthen healthy customer relationships and meet their ongoing needs. But if retention is thriving, then it is obvious the team must be doing something right.  On the contrary, how can a leader accurately gauge whether their team is truly hitting the mark, or if there is still room for improvement, so the company receives positive reviews while making a profit?  Here are 10 points that Fast Company Executive Board members have found useful when it comes to measuring their customers' satisfaction levels throughout the product or service journey. Try implementing these tips to provide invaluable insight into your business efforts moving forward.

Here's how start-up business owners can satisfy loyal clients

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Trying to build a good reputation in the competitive marketplace isn't always easy. Some of the best made relationships in business begin with constant communication between a company and its client to establish mutual trust and a deeper understanding of each stakeholders mission and purpose. Being the new kid on the block in an oversaturated market may seem intimidating at first, but gets easier in time—once you crack the code. By learning how best to solve your customers' most challenging dilemmas, you're bound to become one of their most reliable resources, time and again. Below are 13 best practices that Fast Company Executive Board members have repeated to present a great impression (beyond the first) to attract and keep their prospective clients.

Mastering the art of disruption: 7 tips for success in a conservative industry


Introducing new ideas and technologies to an industry that has been satisfied with doing things the way they’ve always been done can be daunting, but it doesn't have to be.

Company details


Company bio

Blooma is the first CRE lending solution that empowers lenders to spend less time reading documents and spreading financials, and more time closing transactions.



Company size

11 - 50