Join Enigma to run our public data subsidiary, the Enigma Data Labs [working title].  Since its founding, Enigma has collected hundreds of public sources of data and made them available for free. Our goal is to expand this strategy and release hundreds more value-added public datasets to fuel new projects in enterprises, research in the public and academic sectors, and the creation of new businesses. While this subsidiary is expected to be profitable, the primary mission is to release as much well-structured and programmatically usable data as possible, for free, to as many people and entities as we can.  The President will be responsible for full P&L management, hiring a data collection team and relevant support functions, product strategy & development, running go-to-market, and driving the brand identity of this newly formed entity. This role reports to a Board of Directors which includes Enigma’s CEO and other key representatives. As you can tell, this is an intense job that will require all of your dedication, but you will be building one of the most important data assets assembled to date.

In addition, note that you and the team are expected to be located in a smaller city in the United States (not NYC or SF), so this is a great opportunity to explore that kind of move.

Requirements:

  • Direct experience in hiring, scaling, and leading a data collection and technology team
  • Demonstrated experience building a data business
  • Strong product instincts and orientation toward making usable products, particularly B2B data products
  • General financial familiarity - you can read and assemble a basic P&L and financial model
  • A background in SaaS businesses and SaaS product monetization
  • Demonstrated ability to recruit amazing engineers and relevant supporting staff
  • Passionate about data generally, and particularly the potential of free or substantially cheaper data and the impact it can have on society
  • Familiarity with the data industry in Finance, Healthcare, Insurance or Retail, a strong preference

About Enigma:

Enigma builds world-class data infrastructure, developer-friendly APIs, and intelligent tools to automate trusted decisions about every business. We’re focused on making B2B risk frictionless so that our customers can focus on growing their businesses and improving their products and experiences. Founded in 2011, Enigma has raised $130M of capital from major venture capital firms such as NEA, Comcast Ventures, and Third Point, as well as global financial companies such as BB&T, Two Sigma, and Capital One. 

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