Working at the startup has many myths and legends. I can bust them and invite you to consider a startup as a place for your career
About meI am working in digital marketing area with focus on digital advertising | PPC. Main channels I work with are Google ads, Facebook ads, Microsoft ads and LinkedIn ads.
My experience in HR, leadership and team management added much to understanding of people. I love making impact and helping individuals or companies to reach their potential. This is what I do every day.
This is my work table this week.
Majority of time I work with digital media and I measure things a lot. I used to hear that all digital efforts, all ads are meaningless if we cannot measure their performance, their return on investment. That's true! 👍
But working at the startup brings much more random tasks on my table. It was measuring the needed size of vans for magnetic stickers this time.
What's out of it? Always expect the unexpected (and embrace yourself for it)! 😊
What is a startup?
Sometimes people raise a question why new business is not a startup and what defines a startup.
The answer is easy.
"Startup is a company designed to grow fast. Being newly founded does not in itself make a company a startup. The only essential thing is growth. For a company to grow really big, it must a) make something lots of people want, and b) reach and serve all those people."
Read more on paulgraham.com/growth.html
Most of the time of my career I’ve been freelancing. Now I'm running design studio full-time. It took some time to master it but now I’m extremely happy that big companies such as Wolt, Baltic Petroleum, etc. choose me over big agencies. I can help you getting there as well!
Digital Nomad Life
Over the past years, I have worked from various countries, from India to Spain or Greece. The journey has not been that easy and I have made plenty of mistakes on the way. Moving to a new country for a few months without knowing anyone can be challenging, laptop on a beach is not a reality.
Starting you own business as a Student
I have founded a company in my first year of university. My goal was to help my fellow international students have a more convenient move in by providing a starter kit.
Over two years, I grew the company to $50k+ in revenue and led a team of 6 part-timers to accomplish our mission :)
Landing your first real job
🔹How to identify unique value that you can offer in the market?
🔹How to start building your personal brand from early days?
Working since the age of 15, I can share and advice how to start getting job offers from the various local and international companies 📑