You know the drill. I find the smartest, edgiest, and hopefully sexiest people I know who have the characteristics of entrepreneurship to contribute advice to The Chancebending Network. Today we’re talking Collaborative Tech Tools with Stephen Casaceli II from Pigeon Hack.
Stephen talks about Collaborative Tech Tools and how it’s trending in Creative Tech
“Given the accessibility to tech a global reach and connectedness, I am betting that more and more people are going start pursuing tech businesses. They want to get out of their cubicles and into a world that they have control over. Whether this is freeing their time from their money or building something they’ve had waiting in an old idea journal, I believe that the world is getting small enough to where we can all start to profit from our own tech businesses and take our lives back. There are learning curves when it comes to taking an idea and executing on it. Developers may not know how to market or sell their products. Marketers may not know what tech they need to make their idea come to fruition. This is where I believe there is going to be a larger shift in the coming years. Bringing different industries together in their own collaborative environments where tools are not as “Hacky” but easy to use and actually help independent makers produce results together or simultaneously. Tools that encourage others to take leaps and risks with one another are going to make a huge difference in the quality of life everywhere and open up so many careers opportunities other than just getting a job somewhere and retiring.”
A little about Stephen
Born on a military base in California. Moved to Upstate NY to the Flower City – Rochester. Did my time in college in Rochester, got a job, got laid off. I decided I didn’t want to go back to the cubicle so I chose to be poor for a bit while I tried out different things. I ran an indie shirt company, I have freelanced social media management, copywriting and general marketing. I currently work for a tech start-up while pursuing to develop my own SaaS product. I currently have landed on this tech pursuit as my final destination as of now. It seems to fit my personality and feeds my need to create things for people that help them change their lives and give them a torch.
I am just a regular kid/guy trying to flip the script that was written for him.
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