Spotlight on Logistics Leaders

Benjamin Gordon
Supply Chains
Published in
6 min readNov 9, 2020

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Cambridge Capital Interview with Guy Bloch, CEO of Bringg

How do you deliver the last mile? This question has energized dozens of major companies, as the $340 billion market represents an attractive opportunity for retailers, brands, and logistics companies.

In this vital market, Bringg has emerged as a market leader. Specializing in SaaS solutions for the last mile, Bringg has grown to become a powerhouse in helping major organizations boost their customer experience by making fast, convenient, cost-effective delivery a reality. Bringg has been a Cambridge Capital portfolio investment since 2016.

In this article, Cambridge Capital CEO Benjamin Gordon interviews Bringg CEO Guy Bloch.

Guy Bloch, CEO of Bringg, at BGSA Supply Chain Conference

Q: Guy, it’s great to speak with you again. You’ve had quite a successful trajectory at Bringg. Let’s start in the beginning. What attracted you to join the company?

A: Digital transformation and data. The world of digital and data has followed me through my career. At Bringg, seeing how digital and data work together to really impact the customer journey and create delightful experiences while helping the market seamlessly transition from offline to online, was impactful. The product market fit, innovation and market opportunity were all in sync and the thrill of taking a company from startup to scale, through hyper-growth, was a welcomed challenge.

Q: Given your success at Splunk, which you helped build into a multi-billion-dollar analytics business, did you see parallels at Bringg?

A: Yes, I see two main parallels. First, digital transformation, the idea of connecting data, analyzing and applying it to solve a market problem, is shared by both Splunk and Bringg. The second parallel is startup to scale — this extremely agile environment that allows for change and continual evolution; the hyper-growth that connects talent, customers and the market for a shared solution; and the determination to meet short-term objectives that are always aligned with your long term goals.

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Benjamin Gordon
Supply Chains

Ben Gordon, CEO of Cambridge Capital and BGSA. Investor in logistics and supply chain technology. Published at Fortune and CNBC. http://bengordonpalmbeach.com/