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Who is Pareto

Who is Pareto

👋 Hello! You are here because of 2 things: either you have been referred by one of our awesome team members, OR you are looking for a role with a very supportive work community. Whatever your reason may be, please read through our story below and if this is something that you’d like to be a part of, follow the next steps for the role you are applying for & we’re looking forward to speaking with you! 👋

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The Vision
is a startup virtual assistant. We help entrepreneurs at top venture communities like YC, StartX, and Techstars save 1000s of hours on repetitive tasks like lead generation, market research, and admin operations.

Entrepreneurship is a hero’s undertaking and every hero needs a team. By providing a single point of contact that helps entrepreneurs tackle repetitive tasks in their ventures, Pareto allows them to focus on the big picture. Combining a vetted human workforce with software solutions, we’re bring innovation to the outsourcing industry while delivering cost-effective service, quality-assured results, and seamless UX.

Long term, we see ourselves building the human-machine infrastructure for the future of business automation, leveraging human-machine systems to empower people everywhere with meaningful work.

Founder Letter
Pareto was founded in 2019 by Phoebe Yao, a
and HCI researcher, after she took a gap year from college to build tech for emerging markets at Microsoft Research India. She also performed with orchestras around the world as a classical violist, researched team status hierarchies at the
, built
to destigmatize mental illness at Microsoft Research in India, and published

While abroad, Phoebe saw how human-machine interaction could enable anyone anywhere in the world to deliver high quality gig work. After coming back to Stanford, Phoebe founded Pareto to create economic opportunities for women abroad while empowering startup entrepreneurs to build their businesses.

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