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Another great post from my colleagues.
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Some thoughts on why you should not be taking that small investment from people who really can't afford it and why early employees are the unsung heroes of startups.
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I want to know who the 142 assholes down-voting this video. Some miserable poor excuses for human beings.
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Great analysis by my colleague Zach Dunn on Internet of Things, crowdfunding, and challenges of hardware fragmentation in the IoT
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What if your store could speak for itself? Interactive inventory and rooms. Some of the latest stuff my colleagues are working on.
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How to Balance a Startup With Parenthood
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How we at One Mighty Roar broke the agency model, learned some lessons, and built much more scalable product development company.
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My debut on our Build Internet blog with an article covering near and dear subject for my team
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Business operations executive for startuos and emerging companies.
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Lithuanian transplant in Boston. I brew beer & race cars. I am a startup veteran and operations executive. I build/recruit teams, create and maintain sales, marketing, and operational systems. Vision logistics is my cup 'o tea.
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My name is Apolinaras Sinkevicius and I am a Lithuanian living in Boston. Some call me The Operations Guy and some call me Chief Business Hacker. I have been in rapidly growing startups trying to out-innovate competition and disrupt industries for close to 15 years. 7 CEOs and/or 12 founders, in 9 technology (SaaS and Enterprise Software), talent management, and professional services companies bring me on as a leader, mentor, and executive to:
  • solve toughest resource problems and hack through emerging business operations impediments
  • help build loyal teams of extremely smart and diverse people
  • deploy and continuously improve sales, marketing automation, customer support, and other operational systems
  • nurture culture of accountability and meritocracy
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Best hospital in Boston to deliver a baby! It is the Hilton of hospitals. Amount of attention and care mom and the baby get are amazing. And as a father you are not left alone either. I also was hospitalized at Mt. Auburn on a separate occasion and was treated really well all the way from when I ended up in ER to being discharged week later. Doctors and nurses, who work in this hospital, are true practitioners of their craft. They love and care about what they do. Negatives: cafeteria closes too early (not useful when you are up 24+ hours with the baby). Plus they mess up something in probably 1/4 of their orders. Billing folks will remind you of what it is like to deal with IRS - not very helpful and are in heavy need for customer care training.
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