The story of how a startup helps Spanish farmers earn more
In 2020, Spanish farmers protested because of the high commissions owed to intermediaries and the inability to earn a good living. To help solve the problem, Alvaro Perez Redondo and his partners created the HarBest Market service, and now farmers can sell their goods directly to restaurants.
“From partying to business,” or a story of creating a Spanish startup for cleaners
Coming up with a startup idea at a party with friends, selling personal items to raise money for the platform development, parting ways with the critical business partners, and finally, creating Wiclee — Spain’s first app for cleaners and their clients. It's not a Netflix series premise, but rather the true experience of a 22-year-old Spanish entrepreneur, which he told Conte.ai Magazine.
Tourism and the pandemic: the story of a company that saw closed borders as a new opportunity
The tourism industry has still not fully recovered from the turmoil caused by the pandemic. Some people have given up and accepted what seems a hopeless situation, but not the CEO of Smartvel, Iñigo Valenzuela: to him, the pandemic was the perfect opportunity to create a service that is now used by one in three Europeans and 25% of American travellers.
Painting, Philippines and a startup: how to turn a €30 website into an on-demand rental service
How did a two-year-old painting on the floor and a family trip to the Philippines inspire the creation of a startup? In an interview with Conte.ai Magazine, Julian Azofra Begara discusses how he came up with and promoted Yakk, a rental service in demand among travellers and film industry workers.
How a marketing specialist came up with a platform to help small businesses in India grow
Businesses in India couldn’t develop or implement innovations due to catastrophic procurement problems. Although the government was trying to solve this issue, the truly effective tool that fixed the situation was created by Gaurav Sonkar, the CEO of Bid4Best.
“Motivational speeches with disco lights and dancing are not effective”: what type of coaching is useful for business?
There are hundreds and thousands of accounts on Instagram that promise to lead your business to success. Some people believe such claims, while others are more sceptical. Conte.ai Magazine decided to address this question, so we interviewed the CEO of CHOCOLATE ROJO CONSULTING, David Asensio García. He told us how to distinguish between a good and a bad coach and whether businessmen need to turn to them for help at all.
What is more effective for business promotion: SMM or SEO? We talk to a specialist to find the answer
SEO specialist Enrique Tejedo believes that, unlike e-commerce companies, medical organisations don’t really need an Instagram account. Speaking with Conte.ai Magazine, the specialist shared the mistakes businesses make when promoting on social media and how to avoid them, as well as the most common misconceptions about search engine optimisation.
“Recruitment is a complete mess”: How startup enthusiasts are changing the Spanish labour market for the better
Adrián Estellés Hereu from Spain did not have a computer when he was a kid; in his teens, he earned money by working in a factory; later, he and his friend went on to create the job-hunting e-portal JOBLink – and the service took off. Today, we are talking about this entrepreneur’s unique career journey and the platform he developed that makes it easier to search for a job and hire employees.