Jeremy Gottlieb, co-founder and president of ComboCurve, is today's featured Forty Under 40 honoree.
As one of the founding creators of data and analysis provider ComboCurve, Gottlieb, along with co-founder and fellow 2022 Forty Under 40 honoree Armand Paradis, has seen the company flourish at a breakneck pace since its inception in 2017.
"We had a sheer focus on the product and client, which created a snowball effect with outreach, customer reach and accelerating the business faster than I ever expected," Gottlieb said. "We now have over 200 clients, 130 employees and got our Series A and B funding within months of each other."
Gottlieb hopes to cultivate his company into "the best place to work in the energy tech space" while remaining relevant to energy businesses and helping them make stronger, more informed decisions.
"I am constantly learning and exploring new technologies that come out. All the daily complexities that arise force us to improve," he said. "We can always create more value and be more fantastic partners in the industry."
"Constant transformation is essential. Things are good now, but there is much room to automate and look for process improvements across the board," he added. "We should continually seek innovation in drilling and completion and do more with less. Finding these ways and creating a clear road map will give respective companies the leading advantage."
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