Category Archives: Ekipa news
Our challenge for 2016, a book…
Muneeb Mushtaq, the CEO & CO-Founder of Askfortask.com, the largest service marketplace in Canada with over 200,000 Service Providers (Taskers) has come up with this informative blog on how to expand your startup globally. You can follow Muneeb @. This post originally appeared on TheNextWeb.
Image … Continue Reading
The past couple of weeks, Piotr and I have been brainstorming about the vision we have for Ekipa. As we’re both fans of thinking big and putting up massive challenges, we see our challenge as building ‘Accenture from the cloud’.
2 weeks ago, Ekipa.co was one of the featured startups at The Next Web Conference in Amsterdam. Out of 400+ submissions, we were selected to present Ekipa in a booth. Because our community voted a lot on Ekipa, we could also pitch. A short report on the experience.
The morning … Continue Reading
Last week, Hugo and myself were at TheNextWeb (TNW) Europe conference. Ekipa had a stand there so the first day we were pretty busy (even CNBC visited us!!!). The second day however, we had a little bit more time to look around. Honestly, there were not so many smashing presentations … Continue Reading
This press release was sent out to some press agencies worldwide the past week. Ekipa got featured several times within a couple of days:
Press Release: Bridge Launches Global Marketplace for Software Teams
Schiphol, 17 March 2015 – An online platform that enables … Continue Reading
Ekipa, the new global marketplace for software teams, hosts its first kick-off event during Cebit 2015, Hannover.
This event is for buyers and providers of software services. During the event, we will present Ekipa to you. The main goal for us is to generate user feedback on Ekipa. … Continue Reading
Many companies follow a philosophy; to outsource their software development to other companies, unfortunately, some find it completely waste of resources; time and money as they finally get the product. In that case, we need to agree with Peter Vaihansky who strongly advice to “stop outsourcing software development .” After … Continue Reading
During my two days at the Safari, few things stood out. First of all, the startup scene in Berlin is really booming. There are startups in almost every courtyard (and … Continue Reading