Startup Lessons Learned in 2016 - Inside Prowly

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To me, Prowly feels like the greatest lesson of humility. I feel that I will never be able to learn as quickly as I am learning now - it is both the advantage and disadvantage of running your first startup. Here is a collection of the biggest lessons I learned in 2016.
Prowly App: How We Got From a Vitamin to Becoming a Painkiller

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A while back, my co-founder Sebastian made an observation that in contrast to for example, e-mail marketing or online monitoring tools which are like antibiotics, Prowly app is more like a vitamin for those in PR. That’s because we weren’t like a first aid remedy, but rather, we healed already existing processes – like those related to creating newsrooms or to the analytics of contacts. You know, a nice-to-have.
Our Way to $1,1M Series Pre-A - Inside Prowly

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It's been almost a year since we at Prowly closed our pre-A series round of financing. This is the story behind the scenes. Because behind every success there is a lot of everyday struggle.
Startup Vicious Circle - Inside Prowly

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We have been running Prowly app for more than one year. We launched our app in the end of 2013, so 2014 was the most important year for our business in Poland. After launching in beta we have verified market need and on that basis we prepared next iteration of our product – Prowly 1.0. Prowly 1.0 launch was the beginning of a real battle (fight?) for the biggest clients in Poland and verifying our long-term plan for sales. 2014 was full of rises and falls for us. That kind of experience can give you only working on your own startup.
Adapt or Die - Inside Prowly

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Through technologies dynamic development, we live in an ever-changing reality and the way we communicate is the fastest to evolve. For start-ups in this market it’s an advantage and also a curse. Those who observe, analyse and adapt will survive.
Keep Up the Good Work

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How positive reinforcement techniques affect the development of startup companies
Startup Lessons Learned in 2016 - Inside Prowly

ago

To me, Prowly feels like the greatest lesson of humility. I feel that I will never be able to learn as quickly as I am learning now - it is both the advantage and disadvantage of running your first startup. Here is a collection of the biggest lessons I learned in 2016.
Prowly App: How We Got From a Vitamin to Becoming a Painkiller

ago

A while back, my co-founder Sebastian made an observation that in contrast to for example, e-mail marketing or online monitoring tools which are like antibiotics, Prowly app is more like a vitamin for those in PR. That’s because we weren’t like a first aid remedy, but rather, we healed already existing processes – like those related to creating newsrooms or to the analytics of contacts. You know, a nice-to-have.
Our Way to $1,1M Series Pre-A - Inside Prowly

ago

It's been almost a year since we at Prowly closed our pre-A series round of financing. This is the story behind the scenes. Because behind every success there is a lot of everyday struggle.
Startup Vicious Circle - Inside Prowly

ago

We have been running Prowly app for more than one year. We launched our app in the end of 2013, so 2014 was the most important year for our business in Poland. After launching in beta we have verified market need and on that basis we prepared next iteration of our product – Prowly 1.0. Prowly 1.0 launch was the beginning of a real battle (fight?) for the biggest clients in Poland and verifying our long-term plan for sales. 2014 was full of rises and falls for us. That kind of experience can give you only working on your own startup.
Adapt or Die - Inside Prowly

ago

Through technologies dynamic development, we live in an ever-changing reality and the way we communicate is the fastest to evolve. For start-ups in this market it’s an advantage and also a curse. Those who observe, analyse and adapt will survive.