In 2012 I joined Devana Technologies and ManageWP as Head of Customer Experience. A year later I got promoted to Chief Operations Officer and found myself loving the company, it’s the people and its product – as explained in my previous article. In that blog post I compared our team to San Antonio Spurs of the NBA. […]
Do you continue what you’re doing, or do you pivot? Should you stick to your business model or switch to Plan B? Is there even a Plan B? These are one of the hardest questions for startup founders everywhere.
Startups that focus on the real metrics can make their products better, attract more customers, and make them happier…
Let us start with a simple question – what’s the point of an NDA from the point of view of an early stage entrepreneur?
Defining Success Metrics might be one of the hardest parts about your product process – since they can completely differ from project to project.
Setting goals is hard. Setting goals without a product, users or metrics at hand is even harder. So, can it be done and how?
Hemingway once wrote that ‘In every port in the world, at least two Estonians can be found’. Small wonder, then, if you find an Estonian entrepreneur in every tech hub.
Hiring is one of the riskiest but most rewarding processes in a company which makes it a controversial subject. So let’s talk about hiring?