Everyone has a story to share about growing as a leader of a technical business. Personal growth, product growth, business growth, and scaling are all key to building a product that surpasses goals.
Revelry is proud to be a sponsor of InsideOutside Summit 2022, a gathering of innovators and entrepreneurs hosted by the team at Inside Outside…
What drives Gerard Ramos, Revelry’s co-founder and CEO? In a fascinating interview with Thomas McGannon on the Unlimited Partners podcast, Gerard discussed the history…
Revelry Startup Studio validates ideas and builds companies. We connect founders with resources and networks needed to succeed.
We look for three things. We want a cover letter that shows that you’ve done your research and are applying with intention. We want a résumé. That’s just par for the course. But third, and perhaps most importantly, we want to see your community contribution.
Getting stuck isn’t a bad thing. Actually, getting stuck on my first day on my first project may have been the most valuable thing to have happened. It was in that moment that I learned all I needed to know about transparent communication at Revelry.
When every day is “same same but different” as they say, it helps to rely on habits for staying on top of responsibilities. This way, we don’t slip into feeling reactive and stressed out with our workloads.
A flexible work environment means that the team may be working or resting at many different hours. Believing that your teammates have achieved that essential personal balance is the first step in knowing that you’ll be operating from a place of trust.
Working in a team requires the members to all contribute their own set of knowledge to accomplish a goal. It’s unlikely that a team would be composed of members that share the same knowledge base. Stop worrying and love the bomb.
As a solutions company, Revelry brings a lot to the table through experience and expertise. These characteristics foster a no-fear approach to completing the…
We chat with Geoff Parker. professor of management science at Tulane University and the co-author of Platform Revolution.