It's time to put some process and organization in place for Hooman. And what better way to do that than with a CRM build!
This week, the team tackled one of the most crucial elements of the studio.
Hello. I'm Lynsie Campbell and I've failed a lot. Like tons. So many times over the course of my career that I can't count them anymore.
I'm out of sorts this week. This is the first time in a year that I just couldn't bring myself to write the newsletter. And I love writing the newsletter.
In 2009, ShowClix [www.showclix.com] was one of a handful of emerging tech startups in Pittsburgh, including College Prowler (now Niche [https://www.niche.com/]), CivicScience [https://civicscience.com/], Deeplocal [https://www.deeplocal.com/], Songwhale [https://songwhale.com/], Schell Games [https://www.schellgames.com/], and Modcloth [https://modcloth.com/
Over the last six months, I've been working with two awesome friends to get LaneSpotter in a position to raise money and relaunch. And as soon as we started pitching, I couldn't do it. I can't do it.
Since I'm going to sell the book on my website, I figured I may as well have some fun with the store. That meant an immediate email to my friends at Commonwealth Press [https://www.cwpress.com/]. If you don't know Commonwealth Press: > WE ARE A SMALL GROUP OF HARDWORKING,