Rejection is one of the only things that is unavoidable in the marathon that is an entrepreneur's journey. New entrepreneurs learn to never accept “No” for an answer. They learn quickly that tenacity - the ability to keep going and not give up - is a key factor in the race toward success.
Two developers from an app development company, Wve Labs, help James and Stevie J create a navigation app for the hood. Watch their epic first meeting on Comedy Central's Hood Adjacent with James Davis - Season 1, Episode 5
With more than two million apps available in the iOS app store, the question for e-commerce businesses is no longer why do you need an app, but rather, why don’t you have one? And secondly, how to market an app to stand out amongst millions.
Today, Clutch published the results of their annual research highlighting the top LA mobile app developers and custom software developers. The research evaluates each company's depth of focus in their area of expertise, as well as the company's proven ability to deliver the results for their clients.
Chances are if you're reading this you've either already had or currently have an app idea of your own. But something, or I will dare say many things, are holding you back. Questions, doubts, fears, risks, not knowing where to start ... sound familiar?
Landing a dream job at an up-and-coming tech startup or an already established company in the industry is often not only about technological skills, but a wide range of other features, from adaptability and willingness to never stop learning to being a team player and a good cultural fit.
With the rapid pace of technological change in today’s world, businesses in the industry have to go the extra mile to keep up and achieve success. Many organizations already struggle to stay up to date with technology advancements. The problem also affects tech businesses, as recent research indicates that seven in 10 IT managers say the speed of technological change makes it difficult to train and educate their staff about the latest techniques and trends.
“Founder/CEO of Some Company” sure sounds flashy. Feels good, too, until you realize the distinction between the two jobs and the amount of work that comes with each. But even with that, you keep on telling yourself, “This is how it’s supposed to be.” Maybe that’s why many of the high-ranking entrepreneurs have 80-plus-hour workweeks. You don’t really have space in your budget for a new hire anyway, let alone a new CEO.
These days, many startups have workforces stationed around the globe. With that in mind, how can you successfully build company culture and integrate your in-office and remote teams?
Shah is a shining example of those in the IT field who brings in newer technologies & advancements for better development of the industry.