“If you have an idea, research it, but take it (the research) with a grain of salt…”
“Who am I selling to? Who is actually the buyer?”
“Technology has changed, but habits have not necessarily changed!”
– Pramod Raheja, founder and CEO of MyStaffNow(startup that helps companies staff freelancers through algorithms)
In this week’s episode, we chat with Pramod Raheja, the founder of MyStaffNow. Pramod not only runs this company, but is a full-time pilot too. We wonder when he gets some sleep! The platform easily helps companies and small businesses find and hire freelancers through algorithms that run in the background.
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Pramod has a background in sales and takes us on a “Sales 101 for entrepreneurs” in our deep dive section. He gives actionable tips for selling. He also provides tons of wisdom for newbie entrepreneurs and talks about his own journey spanning several companies. This is a great episode packed with content that you don’t want to miss!
We also answer some trademark and copyright related questions at the end of our show. If you have a question, Simply use the hashtag #AskMarcas and ask your question on Facebook and Twitter
Following are the resources that Pramod mentions:
- MyStaffNow– Helps companies hire freelancers through algorithms quickly and easily!
- Books that Pramod recommends are – “The Accidental Salesperson“, “Traction” by the founders of DuckDuckGo and “Uncommon Service: How to Win by Putting Customers at the Core of Your Business“
- You can reach out to him via Linkedin, follow him @pramodraheja or email him – pramod AT mystaffnow.com
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What do you think of the concept of MyStaffNow? Is the future hiring staff and freelancers through algorithms? Pramod and us would love to know, drop us an email at ram AT foundersgyan.com or use the comments box below!
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