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Maksim Siadura: Super App With Easy Accessible Useful Information Including Guides, Insights and Roadmaps for Expats and Nomads

Mobile super app with easy accessible useful information including guides, insights and roadmaps for expats and nomads.

Tell us about yourself?

Years of management and development experience on the one hand, a desire to travel and explore other countries on the other.

If you could go back in time a year or two, what piece of advice would you give yourself?

Keep going your way, because this is the path that will lead you to today.

What problem does your business solve?

The elements of the problem are time-consuming, information overload, and lack of actionable insights.

We have counted over 300 groups, chats and forums for 1 city and this does not include the websites, blogs and other informational sphere.

This in turn places a pressure on the user when they are trying to get an answer quickly, efficiently and most importantly update and to be precise.

What is the inspiration behind your business?

The elements of the problem are time-consuming, information overload, and lack of actionable insights.

We have counted over 300 groups, chats and forums for 1 city and this does not include the websites, blogs and other informational sphere.

This in turn places a pressure on the user when they are trying to get an answer quickly, efficiently and most importantly update and to be precise.

What is your magic sauce?

The team, who is already quite experienced in business, development and travelб and the circumstances of the world, people’s capabilities and desires.

What is the plan for the next 5 years? What do you want to achieve?

We want to reach millions of users across the planet, guide them to new countries and contribute to their success by offering more and more experiences.

What is the biggest challenge you’ve faced so far?

Not challenges, but some, which may appear external risks:

1. there are large companies with big budgets that can replicate what we are doing – however, we will still be a few months ahead of them in the development

2. constant changes in the governmental regulations may mean that we would need to review how we update some of our information internal risks:

  • а) we may not be able to raise enough funds to build the right amount of team members to make it work as fast as we want to, but we will work within the financial means until we get into paid services which would then bring the investors in anyway
  • b) the team members may get sick or other unfortunate events, we will have the backup of the work via cloud that is accessible by all other and help each other complete those outstanding tasks

How do people get involved/buy into your vision?

For marketing we are planning to utilize: -SMM to build the branding; -work closely with the travel bloggers/photographers, vloggers etc.; -have press releases; For the sales strategy: -we have strong salespeople that will start by going door to door to various businesses and showcase the benefits of the app; -attend forums, hackathons, and product presentations; -present the product to the local government seeking marketing support and promotion.

Written by Mark Kendall

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