Covvie’s adventures – Episode 2

Covvie relies on cold contacts…You’ve met Covvie in our first episode, remember? The business services professional, who is very passionate about his job? Yeap, he is back! He is still in search for a business tool to help him better manage his contacts and to help him find who he needs in the vast contact […]

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How we survived Product Hunt – with four hours notice

Covve featured on Product Hunt

For those of you not aware of it, Product Hunt is a website that features the world’s coolest new software products every day. It has tons of followers and being featured on PH can mean massive exposure in a period of just 24 hours. It’s also a tech team’s worst nightmare. The news-bomb But lets […]

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Oh my god! They killed Covvie!

Covvie's desk square

Episode 1: Covvie merges his contact books …Meet Covvie!Covvie is a business services professional. He is driven and passionate about his job.He maintains a *reasonably* well managed address book and he actively uses his friends and contacts to grow his business. Whether it is for sales, recruitment or closing a deal, Covvie has a contact that […]

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Introducing the Private Graph

 “If you’re not embarrassed by the first version of your product, you’ve launched too late” (Reid Hoffman, LinkedIn founder) A classic quote but one I never really sympathized with. The first version of Covve, launched summer 2014, was awesome. Today’s Covve has evolved even more, since then, and finally delivers the vision. It doesn’t only […]

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Jumping off the career train

I come from a ‘railed’ background: I grew up comfortably, went to a good school, received good university education, secured a well-paid job, moved to a more challenging and rewarding job and then another and then… I QUIT – and let me tell you, I have never been happier. I will share with you some […]

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The address book will live on-but it has to change

The little black book is still alive

People have long talked about the death of the business card and yet the paper ornament lives on. Andrew Hill, in his recent article in the FT, persuasively debates that it will continue to exist. He also suggests an end to the contacts book. I beg to disagree. The little black book is still alive […]

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