Are you a roadtripper, a camper, a pool party-hoster? Are you hoping to make summer 2015 a summer you’ll never forget? It’s definitely possible. But if your summer comes equipped with these handy, fabulous gadgets, you won’t even notice the pauses between fun and fun.
The BIGfish team is growing! Yesterday, Adriana Howell joined the team as our new Account Coordinator, and will be supporting the account management team by planning and executing public relations and social media campaigns, among many other things. We had her answer a few questions about herself and her aspirations – read on to find out what she has to say!
by Julia Taylor
We work with a lot of startups at BIGfish, so we understand the benefits of coworking spaces. Startups often can’t afford their own office space, but still need somewhere to work, and can benefit from with the support of a community and morale that typically comes from working closely with others. Starting your own business is far from easy, and we believe that coworking spaces can pave the way towards a company’s big break. They allow members to easily meet, collaborate and network - essential tools for any business. These awesome, local startup communities just might be the solution to take your company to the next level and increase your chances of success.
by Bristol Whitcher
As an avid technology user and someone who works in the tech space, I look forward to Apple’s keynote addresses. Sure, the excess hype seems a little silly at times and the incessant clapping from the crowds can get a bit tiresome, but overall, the keynote provides an engaging and insightful look into the expansive world that is Apple. However, Apple’s WWDC15 left a bit to be desired (although seeing Matt Walsh, aka Mike McLintock from Veep, fly around as an angel investor was truly one of my favorite moments).
by Brigid Gorham
When looking at the adult playground that is Google’s office, it can be hard to see the benefits in working for a small company where you don’t have sleeping pods and massage rooms at your disposal. But there’s a lot to be said for working in a small office.