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The founder of a satellite imagery startup aiming to raise £20 million this year tells us how he is changing the commodity industry





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  • The founder of satellite imagery startup Bird.i spoke to Business Insider about scaling up the company and plans for the future.
  • Corentin Guillo spoke about how satellite imagery analysis can be used to change the way commodity traders work and reduce risks and speculation.
  • The company hopes to raise up to £20 million this year in a third funding round.

LONDON — In only eighteen months a small group of data scientists in Glasgow have helped change the way the world’s commodity traders worldwide make decisions.

Scotland-based Bird.i is a satellite imagery startup whose analysis has propelled founder Corentin Guillo into boardrooms read more >>>

Source:: BusinessInsider.Com

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