What does the office of a StartUp actually look like? “Unfortunately, you can’t do everything in a workshop,” Sanny laughs. And because he is right, we would like to show you around our office.
Today we held our first big team meeting. The goal was to get everyone up-to-date and conduct an analysis of our StartUp, to figure out where there was room for improvement. Now we are working on and ticking off those points one-by-one. We are currently preparing tenders, especially for the economic sector.
Are you looking for an internship or a place to write your thesis? We offer you an interesting job alongside the opportunity to actively participate in the development of the CompactChart and contribute your own ideas. All you have to do is to send us your application. There is a lot to do, so let’s get started.
SAXEED’s incubator programme requires several milestones to be achieved. Today was one of those days where you had to present a ton of your work. The guiding question was: “Who is this ‘customer’ everyone speaks of” and where do I find him? We went through an entire questionnaire to help us brainstorm as many details as possible about the potential market and our customers. Cramming all of that into a 10-minute pitch is not exactly easy. But it clear things up a lot.
You think you could be a potential customer? Find out by liking our Facebook page, following this blog or volunteering as a tester. Find out if the CompactChart is the right thing for you and help us improve with your feedback.
Today was a very special day. For the first time, we revealed our CompactChart to the public eye. The presentation of our prototype took place at the SAXEED booth at the ORTE. The TU Bergakademie Freiberg hosted the fair. This was also where we conducted our design study, but more on that later. During a lecture we told our little genesis story and it seemed to appeal to the audience; they are looking forward to future developments of the CompactChart.