A few months back, in Copenhagen, I had the privilege to work with a team of enthusiastic students and a startup (provided a project for our class at CBS) that at the time was known as Tangerine District. Tangerine District was in private beta for some time but now Tangerine District has now gone publicly live as Worksy.
Worksy is perfect for startups that are looking to manage their work in a professional way. It is an online community of entrepreneurs combined with all the important tools and services a startup may need, such as CRM, website tools, calendars, e-mail etc. It helps you document and plan your activities as you push your startup forward.
Probably the best side to worksy is that it is free of charge (at least the limited version, which will easily get you started).
Check it out and become more professional.
A new chapter in my life is right about to begin.
I returned to Finland from Denmark and Copenhagen Business School just before the holidays. My studies at Oulu Business School are now complete and it is time to move forward. I will be joining a start-up company in Espoo from the beginning of February. For me, this is one of the greatest opportunities. The company is growing rapidly, the people there are young and enthusiastic and also they appreciate talent. “A people” hire “A+ people” and later “A+ people” “Hire A++ people”. I hope the company also follows this rule of thumb that was closely followed at least at Apple.
For my fellow “soon to graduates” and “recent graduates”, seriously consider joining a start-up. These are the companies that are actually creating something new and exiting each and every day. You’ll certainly receive all the responsibility and opportunities you can handle. Also you have the great opportunity of growing with the company. Growth brings in new employees and these new employees will need new managers. Compared to large corporations where you might only be a number on the pay cheque, in start-ups you’ll certainly have a large role. Most of all, your work will leave a mark.
So instead of joining a corporation, join a start-up and be a part of something exiting.
CSE (Copenhagen School of Entrepreneurship) is a organization at Copenhagen Business School that promotes entrepreneurship to students and researchers at different universities. What they offer is something similar to what student entrepreneurship societies in Finland are doing. Nice work altogether. I would however like to see more early stage activities, since the most I have seen so far has been targeted towards established student ventures.
I encourage everybody interested in startups and entrepreneurship in Copenhagen to take a look at their upcoming events and activities since this is a great way to get connected. Also check out the different startups that are currently located at the lab. Some interesting concepts and ideas.
Here is a short video that was created at the CSE Lab a couple of months ago, during one of their Friday Networking Bars.
Even I got to take part in the video. Thanks for that guys.