Jojo Hedaya is one of the founders of an email subscription company called Unrollme. The inspiration behind his idea to create this company was because of frustration. The frustration was caused by the junk of emails that pile up. A lot of time is wasted looking for important emails and going through all your subscription. This junk ends up filling up the phone’s memory.
He decided to come up with an application that could organize all your emails. It classifies them into subscriptions you have applied to. This system makes going through your phone quite easily. Subscriptions you no longer use or need can be selected and deleted quite easily. This is because they are all piled up under one section, the Rollup. This tool is very helpful in keeping emails that need immediate attention and feedback at sight. Jojo Hedaya was sending a lot of emails to his co-founder, Josh Rosewald. This is because he could gain access to them. This application saves a lot of time, friendships and commitments.
It is an easy free application to sign up to. At the end of the day, it leaves your email organized and under control. Over the recent period, millions of users have benefited from this development. Jojo Hedaya evaluated his strength and weaknesses before venturing into this business. There is no sure formula to success, so he assessed what he could do and achieve. Hedaya is very eager in creating a positive culture in the workplace. Open communication and motivating the employees contribute to the success of his company.
Jojo Hedaya and his management team take feedback very important. It is one of the ways they can fix and change certain things. This will improve its service providing techniques. His team of workers is equipped with the necessary skills, ethics and competence to produce the required results. He recognizes the importance of hiring people who share the same innovative mind and know exactly what they are doing. Jojo Hedaya and Josh Rosewald recognize the technological world has a lot of competition. The secret is to recognize then, find a gap to fill in the market and not let your competition intimidate you.