招聘 行业分析师 – 新锐大数据金融公司

行业分析师 – 新锐大数据金融公司 BěijīngPermanent• 大数据运用到传统金融行业的新兴产业团队背景全部都是有顶尖学历背景和大型金融或互联网机构背景的杰出人士 About Our Client年轻开放的数据技术创业公司,将数种非常规数据源的百亿条级原始数据过滤处理、建模分析后生产出的数据产品提供给全球机构投资者和企业用户;客户主要为香港和美国的对冲基金和部分公募基金、私募股权基金。 Job Description跟踪并分析各种行业和公司的商业动态,成为一个业务"专家",能从投资人的角度理解公司的发展趋势和业绩指标;将对于行业分析的理解输出到产品身上,挖掘客户的数据痛点,并转换成数据产品idea;与数据产品经理和数据分析师一起,计划、把控、并交付产品的开发与提升,包括挖掘数据源内容、制定数据收集规格、监督统计抽样策略与分析、验证数据质量及验收可视化平台的内容与交互逻辑等;维护与数据产品相关的金融模型,跟踪数据产品和官方数据的关系并推进优化;从客户角度为线上平台的交互体验和功能提出改进需求,推动平台体验在行业里的领导地位 The Successful Applicant拥有金融投资或互联网相关业务数据分析经验,能够独立从金融和运营层面分析不同业务的数据;能够主动搜集相关资料和新闻,将信息融合到金融模型里动态跟踪;做过投资决策、客户咨询项目、或公司内部战略的核心分析,能把握分析项目框架、分析结论的整体呈现,并保证高质量的产出;热爱数据和技术,愿意接触不同类型的数据并了解数据生产过程;985本科及以上学历;经济、统计、CS、数学、金融、社会科学或其他计量专业等相关专业背景;英文水平可满足商业应用,阅读与撰写报告、邮件、文档无障碍 What's on Offer优厚的薪资待遇和不设限制的晋升发展未来;熟悉大数据在金融领域的应用

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (12 of 12)

Make sure you have a position in the room where you can stand so everybody can clearly hear what you’re saying. 12. Testing Your Presentation Before every single presentation that you present, be sure to set aside time to test out your presentation in the room that you’re hosting it to make sure that you’re well prepared. Test out your […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (11 of 12)

99% of your focus should be on your audience. 11. Reading from the Presentation This is easily one of the most common mistakes that people make and guarantees an unsuccessful presentation. Always remember that your slideshow is there to accompany what you’re saying and shouldn’t be used as a script. If you’re simply reading from your presentation, this is incredibly boring for […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (10 of 12)

If you’re representing a business or organisation, try to fit your slides to match your brand’s image. 10. No Slide Consistency While you want your slide to be engaging, eye-catching and to hold your viewer’s attention, it’s bad practice to mix up colours, fonts and text styles in your presentations. If you’re going from slide […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (9 of 12)

ClipArt just represents a tacky presentation. 9. Using ClipArt Personally, this is one of the most annoying mistakes that people implement into their presentations. ClipArt just represents a tacky presentation and shows that you’ve either rushed your presentation and couldn’t be bothered to find images or just didn’t put enough effort into your presentation. In some cases, it may seem comical to put them into […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (8 of 12)

Spelling mistakes, grammar errors and poorly used punctuation will stand out like a sore thumb. 8. Using a Poor-Quality Presentation This is a huge problem if you have checked over your presentation before presenting it. You need to make sure that your presentation is high-quality and free from errors, otherwise, you’ll be harming your own credibility as a presenter and people […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (7 of 12)

Avoid putting the most important information at the edges of your slide. 7. Hiding the Important Information When it comes to conveying your information within the slides of the presentation, it’s essential that you highlight the important information. This means you should avoid putting the most important information at the edges of your slide, rather into the middle where it’s […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (6 of 12)

Using a light text on a light background is bad, especially for those sitting at the back of your presentation. 6. Poorly Contrasted Slides Contrasting is one of the most important habits you need to learn for creating professional PowerPoint presentations. The worst-case scenario of this is using white text on a white background, which you’re obviously not going to […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (5 of 12)

The best way is to create your own images for PowerPoint presentation so you can be sure that they are not abstract but absolutely perfect for the topic of your presentation. 5. Not Formatting Images Correctly If you’ve ever seen a PowerPoint presentation where someone has added images, either from Google Image Search or otherwise, you’ll be aware of the fact that it’s so annoying when […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (4 of 12)

Simply use hard transitions. 4. Using Poor Transitions We all know that PowerPoint comes with a tonne of built-in transitions which take you from one slide to the next. This includes fades in, fade-outs, cut-across slides and much more. However, these are simply distracting to your presentation and should be avoided at all costs. Simply use hard transitions.

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (3 of 12)

Embed everything you want to share within your presentation. 3. Leaving the Presentation Midway Through During your presentation, you may find that you need to play a video, show some images or in some other way share some form of multimedia with your audience. However, this is one of the worst things that you can do since it breaks […]

Reblog: Top 12 Most Annoying PowerPoint Presentation Mistakes (2 of 12)

Try to keep your graphs simple and easy to read. 2. Using Complex Charts Charts are sometimes a necessity when it comes to PowerPoint presentations, and they are a great way to convey large amounts of data in an easy to read format. However, it’s easy to get carried away when designing these charts and add too much information […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Phone and Video Call Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #19: Not Preparing Properly Wherever you take your calls, you’ll want to appear professional and organized. More and more people are working from home. Last year, 43 percent of employed Americans said they spent at least some time working remotely. If you’re building your own e-commerce […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Phone and Video Call Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #18: Getting Distracted “Respect is how to treat everyone, not just those you want to impress.” – Richard Branson Chances are, you’ve talked to someone at a networking event who’s clearly lost interest in you. Master networker and author Keith Ferrazzi explains, “There is nothing worse than […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Phone and Video Call Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #16: Being Late Always give yourself enough time to ensure you won’t be late. William Shakespeare wrote in ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor,’ “Better three hours too soon than a minute too late.” So, always be on time — or early. This is just common courtesy, […]

Reblog: What CEOs Look For: 5 Things To Ace The Interview

Your next boss is most interested in your contribution to the journey ahead. Where you’re going is far more interesting to your next boss than where you’ve been. Too many job candidates, though, focus on the rearview mirror, describing every detail of everything they ever did. As a CEO who has interviewed countless people, I […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Email Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #15: Using Overly Casual Language Always proofread your emails. Especially when writing on mobile devices, as autocorrect can sometimes be fatal. Talking in emojis is fun. But, it’s not good business etiquette. Researchers from BGU, University of Haifa, and Amsterdam University found that including emojis in work emails may […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Email Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #14: Hitting Reply Without Changing the Subject Line Your email subject line should always match the message. This can quickly become confusing. “Do not hesitate to change the subject as soon as the thread or content of the email chain changes,” says productivity expert Peggy Duncan. Your email subject […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Email Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #13: Sending Emails When You’re Angry or Upset Don’t ever fire off a heated email reprimanding a supplier, or berating a difficult customer. Similarly, don’t ever fire off a heated email reprimanding a supplier, or berating a difficult customer. Although it might feel satisfying in the moment, it will […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Email Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #12: Discussing Private Matters in Written Communication Be careful with confidential information in emails. We’ve all heard stories about a ‘private’ email that ended up being published online. Don’t let this happen to you. Before you commit what you’re saying to words, decide whether the matter you’re discussing is […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Email Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #11: Hitting “Reply All” Always default to “Reply,” not “Reply All.” Don’t you just hate it when someone adds you to a mass email, and then people include you — and everyone else — in their replies… According to SaneBox’s internal data, the average inbox contains only 38% important, […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Email Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #10: Failing to Take Timing Into Account Evaluate whether or not the message is urgent. The advantage of email is that you can send it at any time, and the recipient can respond whenever it’s convenient for them, right? Not quite. The smartest emailers know that often the timing […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Email Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #9: Writing Long Emails When They’re Not Needed If possible, you should state the purpose of the email within the first two sentences. Nobody needs more email. A Carleton University survey found that over half of respondents reported high levels of work overload and stress, much of it associated […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Business Etiquette When Dealing With Customers Business Etiquette Mistake #8: Arguing Over Refunds If a customer isn’t happy with your service and wants a refund, give it to them. Reputation is everything. Which is why shoe store, Zappos, offers free returns no questions asked. Rob Siefker, director of customer loyalty, said,  “Providing this service is […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Business Etiquette When Dealing With Customers Business Etiquette Mistake #7: Criticizing Others When virtues are pointed out first, flaws seem less insurmountable. Similarly, don’t criticize others unless it’s absolutely necessary or, they specifically ask for feedback. Even then, highlight some positive things before you mention the negative. And, be kind about it. American journalist Judith […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Business Etiquette When Dealing With Customers Business Etiquette Mistake #6: Taking Criticism Badly Accept constructive criticism gladly, and take it as a valuable opportunity to improve your business. Customers are going to share feedback and reviews. And, not all of it will be good. Author Norman Vincent Peale said, “The trouble with most of us […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

General Professionalism and Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #5: Assuming How People Prefer to Communicate The point is, everyone’s different. If you’re unsure which communication medium is best, ask. Some people hate email. Like Harriet Butterfield, PR and social client manager at The Honey Partnership, who says that email doesn’t work well with the millennial […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

General Professionalism and Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #4: Using the Wrong Communication Medium One study found that you’re 34 times more likely to get a yes when you ask someone the exact same request in person. So, if necessary, pick up the phone. Sometimes the problem with your email is that it’s an email. […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

General Professionalism and Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #3: Not Using People’s Names Address people by name in your emails — including your customers. Names are important. As Dale Carnegie said, “A person’s name is to that person, the sweetest, most important sound in any language.” So, always use someone’s name when you greet them […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

General Professionalism and Business Etiquette Business Etiquette Mistake #2: Not Keeping Your Word always keep to your word Publilius Syrus said, “A good reputation is more valuable than money.” So, always keep to your word. For example, you might have a 24-hour sale that ends at midnight and is going extremely well. If you’re tempted […]

Reblog: 20 Fatal Online Business Etiquette Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

Etiquette helps to build relationships, and good relationships are vital to your business success. Oscar Wilde said, “The world was my oyster but I used the wrong fork.” Simply? Business etiquette matters. A lot. What’s more, many relationships today exist entirely online. So, without helpful non-verbal cues like body language, the chances of making a […]

Reblog: How to Handle 3 Common but Awkward Situations Like a Superstar! 🌟

Today we look at three different scenerios that share a common thread: knowing how to handle the situations shows that you’ve got great manners and you care about not embarrassing others (or yourself)! via Ending Back-and-Forth Emails, Hugging When Meeting, and What to Do If You Forget Someone’s Name – Longreads