Head of Content at ScreenCloud. Writer and content strategist.
Struggling to keep your employees connected to what’s important while WFH? Soon you’ll be able to embed your ScreenCloud Channel in your browser or intranet.
In this show we're talking about the area of digital transformation, or how you can use the abundance of great services out there to streamline your business processes.
Matt talks shares how he ended up being fascinated by the ways in which the physical world connects to the digital one and the sorts of businesses R/GA look for to join their ventures initiative.
Entrepreneur and journalist Haje Jan Kamps discusses the difficulties of creating an effective Founding Team.
In this episode we discuss why we made the decision to re-engineer ScreenCloud despite this going against best practice startup advice.
In this episode, David and Mark discuss their experience of implementing ScreenCloud's employee challenge, where an employee goes under the hood of the product, in a real-life scenario, with a real customer.
There’s often no off-switch when you run a startup and that can lead to the temptation to be working all of the time. But if all you think about is work, does that make you better or worse than someone who has a more multifaceted life?
In this episode we talk to Kristian James, Founder of recruitment consultancy Hawkwood Partners about what startups can do to attract the best talent they can afford.
In this episode, we discuss what having your CoFounders spread across different continents has meant for ScreenCloud, how this affected some of the initial decisions we made about team and product setup, and what the value of hindsight has taught us.
Mark and David are joined by Paul Joyce, Founder & CEO of digital dashboard tool Geckoboard. They discuss how SaaS has changed since the first wave in 2011 and why sometimes it’s best to not take advice, even if that means living through failure.
Mark and David talk about when the going gets tough and how important it is as a leader to keep your personal insecurities in check to avoid causing panic and paralysis. And what to do if panic sets in anyway.
Mark and David discuss the dangers of businesses racing towards digital transformation without a strategy or an idea of best practices.
Mark and David talk about the events that led them to hire their first Head of People at ScreenCloud, and how Mark skilled up on his interviewing technique for this very important senior role.
In today's episode: why cracks tend to appear when a startup nears 50 employees, and how HR might seem like an expense at first but soon turns into a cost saving thanks to things like excellent onboarding and career development, which improve people retention.
Sofia Quintero talks about the challenges of raising capital and the level of confidence it takes, especially as a woman pitching to mostly men, the importance of finding investors who are aligned with your vision, and why skateboarding is a lot like running a business.
We went from having a few screens showing content to a full company and remote-employee rollout. Here’s what we learned.
At our SaaS product ScreenCloud we’ve been “blogging” consistently for three years. Here’s what we’ve learned, and what we’d advise to others looking to set off on a content marketing journey.