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The Science of Appealing Elevator Pitches for Your Retail Startup Funding
Business - 10th February 2020

We entrepreneurs tend to shy away from the word “science.” Unless of course, we are in some “scientific” field. But most of us are not. We are business owners who are busy doing all that we can to market and grow our companies. When someone speaks of the “science” of an elevator pitch, then, what…

How to survive your first year in business (podcast ep. 12)
Business | Podcast - 9th February 2020

Becoming an entrepreneur might be hard, especially in the first year. You have to balance your work and personal life, and be ready to work as (probably) never before. How to survive your first year in business? Our director Filip asked 4 entrepreneurs from all around the world about their experience. Listen to the episode…

Virtual travelling for the elderly: Flying Kale’s first product kicked off
Business | Design | Development | News - 9th February 2020

Imagine the elderly in nursing homes, often bedbound, being able to travel again to both exotic destinations and beautiful places in their home country. We’ll soon make this happen with our own VR product! Flying Kale and Pixelfield are about to create their first product for social care – VR travelling experiences tailored for the…

MVP
MVP – what is it and why is it crucial for your business?
Business | Design | Development - 6th January 2020

The MVP. If you’re part of the busy world of digital products, websites, mobile apps and web applications, I’m sure you know all too well what we’re talking about. But let’s make sure we’re all on the same page. Why an MVP? Entrepreneurs and managers who haven’t been involved in a digital product development yet…

Growth hacking and sustainable growth with Craig Zingerline (Pixelfield podcast ep. 10)
Business | Interview | Marketing | Podcast - 30th December 2019

In the final episode of 2019, we had the pleasure to discuss the topics of growth hacking and sustainable product growth with Craig Zingerline. By virtue of his vast and varied experience in this field, Craig was able to offer us both the growth hacker and startup founder perspective. We deconstructed growth hacking as a…

Humans of the Amsterdam startup scene
Business | Interview | Unsorted - 22nd December 2019

What is the essence of Amsterdam’s startup scene? The picturesque streets of the Dutch capital are not only aesthetically pleasing. They also host a tremendous amount of emerging startups, big and small, with potential that exceeds the borders of the Netherlands. To capture the soul of the Amsterdam startup scene and understand what makes it…

48 priorities for start-ups: Cards (Free download)
Business | Resources - 19th December 2019

There are so many things you have to focus on as an entrepreneur. It might be hard to see where your problems are and what you should focus on. This is why we have prepared 48 issues you have to focus if you want to succeed. From our experience, it always helps a lot to…

The value of data-informed product management with Clement Kao (Pixelfield podcast ep. 9)
Business | Interview | Podcast - 18th December 2019

For this episode, we invited Clement Kao from Product Manager HQ and Blend to share his vast pile of insights and experience with product management. We talked about the importance of being data-informed instead of data-driven, the value of qualitative insights for different types of startups and some key digital product management tips for entrepreneurs…

48 problems you need to solve as a start-up leader
Business | Design | Development | Marketing - 15th December 2019

Being a start-up owner can be a headache sometimes. How to prioritize what is important and what isn’t? We’ve worked with start-ups for over seven years now and we have seen some of them succeed and some of them fail. We have made this list of 48 things you have to keep an eye on…

Computationalism & how we manage our lives (Pixelfield Podcast ep. 4)
Business | Podcast - 10th December 2019

Have you ever heard of computationalism? Can we think of ourselves in numbers and spreadsheets? How does this affect our lives and daily experiences? Dominik and Filip discuss their experience in managing their lives. Can you design your life be more effective if you plan your day to minutes? How can you measure your progress…

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