Keep on running. That’s one of our many mantras, especially among the Starttech runners crowd within the company.
The Athens Classic Marathon: A test of endurance, which makes you question everything. Your self-belief, your stamina, your psychology, and your body.
Working in or running a startup can be a demanding and draining experience, on both body and mind. The danger of burn-out is clear and present. This is why personal well-being should always be a top priority.
Designers & developers, developers & designers, it’ll never work. But what about when a startup’s success rests heavily on them coming together?
What’s it like in the fast lane of the global insurance market? This week’s Startup life Q&A series: We sit down with Pakia CEO George Kripotos to find out.
Learning. It’s a lifelong pursuit for all of us. We never stop. And in my humble opinion that can only be a good thing. Startup life: Q&A with Elena Leandros from Epignosis was last modified: September 19th, 2018 by Graham Wood
How can you fit learning into your daily schedule? Actually this is the wrong question. Learning should be part of your daily routine, especially at work.
Ever wondered what it’s like working for a cutting edge software startup? As exciting as it can be (sometimes) frustrating, above all it is dynamic and diverse. Startup life: Q&A with George Paraskevas from Stackmasters was last modified: September 19th, 2018 by Graham Wood
Psycholate, one of the fast-growing startups in the Starttech portfolio, is an online psychometric test and questionnaire publishing company.
Just how do you reach those first 1,000 customers? It’s one of many burning questions for newly conceived startups in the early stages of development. Q&A with Kalia from Yodeck was last modified: September 28th, 2017 by Graham Wood