Working at Woodpecker: 3 Principles We Stand By

Recently our CEO Matt Tarczynski, together with two other start-up founders, took part in an interview broadcasted by Radio Wroclaw. They engaged in an interesting discussion about modern labor market trends, the role of a leader in the modern world and Millennials’ attitude towards work, money, and life in general.

Between the lines, Matt gave some first-hand insights about the core values we live by in Woodpecker. Read more what principles we cherish at Woodpecker.

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Woodpecker Meeting III – We Can Call it a Tradition

Woodpecker Meeting 3 in a graphic form

Even though two months have lapsed, I’d like to recap you on the third Woodpecker Meeting that took place on May 25, 2018, a single day when we all meet together to celebrate and listen to team presentations. It has slowly but surely become a custom for the Woodpecker team. The first meeting was set up to celebrate reaching 150 premium users, the second one — 800. Read more to find out what we discussed in the third one.

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Woodpecker Meeting II – or What We Did after Reaching 800 Customers

Not even a year ago, I wrote here about Woodpecker Meeting I. We had 150 customers then. This year, we met again. And we were talking about new challenges that we’ll be facing as a SaaS company with over 800 B2B companies as premium customers on board. Keep on reading to learn about the people of Woodpecker – our daily routines, challenges, plans, and visions. Take a peek at some photos of our team at Woodpecker Meeting II.

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Woodpecker Meeting I – or What We Did after Getting Our First 150 Customers

In June 2016, we decided we should celebrate once we get 100 customers. That’s a milestone for a SaaS startup, and we were getting closer and closer to the magic number. We bought a bottle of champagne and put it on the top shelf of our office fridge – to let it cool down and wait for the big moment. Here’s what we did when we hit the first hundred and afterwards.

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