When you join a start-up, you latch onto a sprout that you hope will rise the tallest. But it isn’t as easy as it sounds (a sprout can’t withstand the weight anyway). Some of the push factors that start-ups have in comparison to larger companies is that you’ll not be picked up by your company vehicle every day, or that you may not get as much bonus on your salary every now and then. Unlike taking up a corporate job, a start-up asks for commitment off work hours as well. Read more
We are proud to announce the completion of our first year of establishment and operation. On this major occasion, we would like to express our deep gratitude to everyone for the significant support that you have provided us through the early phase of our development as a company. Read more
For regular people work is an allotment of a day — a thing — a means to an end. We have a delusional sense of the meaning attached to our actions. Regular people take breaks. Not us, not yet. But when we do, it will be glorious.
Don’t call us dreamers because we spend our time making stuff and that’s not nothing.
We want to be more than most. To get to work when others don’t. Read more