When you’re constantly in and out of meetings and answering emails, it can be tough to find time to build positive relationships with the employees you rely on. People need to eat, and Yadav sees that time as an opportunity.
“I always make it a point to have lunch with my team,” Yadav said. “Since everyone works so hard, it’s nice to just take a moment to relax together. And most importantly, try out new lunch spots around the office.”
Roomi is an innovative roommate-connecting service, helping people looking to rent find affordable and comfortable co-living arrangements.
As entrepreneurs are forever on the move, it can be a challenge to connect with everyone you need to speak with in a single day. So, Wessel makes the most of the time she spends using ride-sharing services.
“In order to not waste a minute, I book phone calls to overlap with my transit from one place to another” Wessel said.
WayUp is a career-finding service that caters to early career candidates.
Pre-scheduled in-person meetings aren’t always the best way to communicate on projects, which is why Yamazaki embraces more direct, less rigid forms of communication, such as programs like Slack or impromptu conversations.
“A lot of the time, informal, direct communication can save a lot of the back and forth that can sometimes slow projects down,” Yamazaki said.
Sidebench is a technology consulting firm, developing tech solutions “for a rapidly evolving world.”