Rob Castaneda was in that large conference room for over an hour. Standing, talking, and writing all over that whiteboard. Yes. That whiteboard. And on that whiteboard were diagrams and workflows and business models that had the prospect wanting more. Much more. The meeting ran long. Throughout the intensity and deep concentration of everyone in the room, no one had caught what was happening.
It's never too late to get #ServiceRocketHappy.
ServiceRocket CEO was recently interviewed by Digital News Asia from our Kuala Lumpur office. The talks covered a series of topics including start-ups, entrepreneurship, tech growth and software training and support.
Rocketeers from the ServiceRocket Australia office (as well as a few global visitors) engaged in team building around the Sydney area. Activities included archery, great food and kudos for years of service and jobs well done. Check out photos from the event and other ServiceRocket company insights on Google+.
In spirit of the holidays, ServiceRocket would like to express its sincere appreciation to Rocketeer's and the greater community's contributions to the company's growth and success. One way ServiceRocket will be expressing our gratitude is through a monetary donation to the UNICEF organization this month. The donation will go to the worldwide cause of making the lives of the most underprivileged children better, especially during this holiday season.
Currently, UNICEF is putting a lot of focus on their Typhoon Haiyan relief efforts for the children in the Philippines. It is estimated that nearly 6 million of the 13.2 million people affected are children. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works in more than 190 countries and territories to save and improve children's lives by providing health care and immunizations, clean water and sanitation, nutrition, education, emergency relief and more.