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Startup Corner: Meet Qwwip

James Shrager is the founder of Qwwip, a digital startup that creates beautifully designed and technically brilliant web and mobile solutions. In the interview below, James shares with us insights about the company and what qualities he lookes for in a potential employee. 1. Can you describe Qwwip in one sentence? Qwwip is an ideas-led digital development studio, […]

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News from WorkInStartups

We hope you like the new look of WorkInStartups! For the past several months we have worked on making WorkInStartups a better experience for both the jobseekers and the startups. Therefore, we have created new features that will make the entire process faster and easier. Here it goes.. For Jobseekers:   WorkInStartups Account – Create an […]

“Meet the Startup” – WIS Series

We plan on sharing some of the most inspirational and motivational startup stories with everyone that is keen to find out what it’s like working at a particular startup. Through our series “Meet the Startup”, employees or founders of various startups share stories about their work and experiences related to startups. We want to go […]

Work In Startups was Highly Commended at The Europas!

We are very happy to announce that WorkInStartups is one of the few European startups that received a ‘Highly Commended’ at The Europas awards last week! The winners were announced on November 17th and we were lucky to be amongst the finalists from the category “Best Education, Recruitment, Media Startup”. There were 22 key European […]

Startup Corner: Meet B|tch Magazine

Sandra Donskyte is the founder of the B|tch Magazine, a digital magazine dedicated to the Bold Intelligent and in Total Control of Herself women. The magazine will launch soon but meanwhile you can follow them on Twitter and Facebook for the latest news. In the interview, Sandra talked to us about how she came up […]

Startup Quote

The most dangerous poison is the feeling of achievement. The antidote is to every evening think what can be done better tomorrow. – Ingvar Kamprad   via

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