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Constructor: Are You Leveraging the Untapped Power of Search?
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Episode 2

Constructor: Are You Leveraging the Untapped Power of Search?

Get ready to rev up your retail game with Constructor's CEO, Eli Finkelshteyn. In this episode, Constructor builds the ultimate shopping experience! Discover how they're turbocharging ecommerce search, navigating through the aisles of innovation, and paving the way for smoother carts, smarter search, and unbeatable shopping satisfaction!

Apr 2, 2024

This episode features a conversation with Eli Finkelshteyn, co-founder and CEO of Constructor, a product discovery platform built on AI and tailored for ecommerce. We dive into Constructor's approach to enhancing ecommerce search experiences, its notable clients, and the evolving nature of product discovery. We also dig deep into the nuances of ecommerce search, including the balance between technology and human shopping behaviors, and Eli offers insights into future trends in online retail.

Some topics we discuss are:

  • 🤖 How does Constructor enhance ecommerce search with AI?
  • 🛍️ What distinguishes product discovery from traditional search?
  • 📈 How do different ecommerce verticals like grocery and apparel utilize search differently?
  • 💡 What innovative features are reshaping ecommerce search and product discovery?
  • 🚀 How is Constructor aiming to compete with or complement giants like Amazon in the ecommerce space?
About the guest
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Eli Finkelshteyn

CEO, Constructor

Eli Finkelshteyn is the co-founder and CEO of Constructor, the only product discovery and search platform built on a foundation of AI and made specifically for ecommerce. It's used by some of the largest ecommerce companies in the world, including Sephora, American Eagle, Under Armour, Petco, Birkenstock, Target Australia and many more. Graduating with a Masters degree in Computational Linguistics, Eli worked as a data scientist and engineer, and has spent over 15 years working in the areas of machine learning and natural language processing, formerly working at Tumblr and Shutterstock when both companies were early startups.