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Black Crow AI

Predictive business analytics platform

21-100 employees
  • B2B
  • Marketing
  • Analytics
  • Machine Learning
  • SaaS
  • eCommerce
447 Broadway, 2nd FL #382, New York, NY, 10013

Company mission

To help DTC brands turbocharge their growth by delivering bespoke, Fortune 500-grade ML predictions.


Top investors

6% employee growth in 12 months

Otta's take

Theo Margolius headshot

Theo Margolius

COO of Otta

With the predictive analytics industry forecast to generate around $40 billion annually by the end of the decade, Black Crow AI is making quite a name for itself by leveraging its AI for companies in the e-commerce marketing space.

It’s not the only company of its kind, and they face stiff competition from the likes of DataHawk and Varos, but Black Crow AI’s growth since its founding has been remarkable. There appears to be plenty of room for all these companies to operate in the space, as more and more e-commerce & retail businesses seek accurate predictions on items which are likely to sell – information which they can use to better manage stock, marketing spend, and sales.

Having secured some notable customers in the form of Magic Spoon, Bearaby, and Firstleaf, as well as major venture capital funding, Black Crow AI’s aim is to rapidly expand its headcount, and develop further functions for its AI in the retail and e-commerce industries.


  • Virtual-first and welcome employees from anywhere
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Fridays are yours - complete flexibility on if or how much you focus on Black Crow each Friday

Funding (last 2 of 3 rounds)

Aug 2022



Mar 2022




Total funding

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Began career as a Consultant at the Boston Consulting Group. Has built two previous companies alongside Black Crow AI co-founder Damon Tassone - user behavior prediction platform Intent, and Site 59, which was acquired by Travelocity, which was in turn acquired by Expedia.

Damon Tassone


Co-founded Intent and Site 59 alongside Richard Harris. Was EMEA President (Europe, the Middle East and Africa) of Travelocity after it acquired Site 59. Also previously served as Deputy CEO at