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8 Companies To Learn From When Establishing Culture At Your Startup

Posted by Jessica Mah to Inside inDinero, Industry News, Business

This article originally appeared in slightly different form on Inc.com and is shared with permission.

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Remember when all it took for a company to seem innovative were a few beanbag chairs, a couple beer kegs, and a ping-pong table?

 

To be fair, virtually anyone would welcome all of the above in their workplace, but we’ve come a long way from the early days of the startup economy when a “best place to work” was essentially a conventional office with a ball pit in the middle. (Nothing against ball pits!)

 

It’s 2016, and forward-thinking organizations are taking a holistic approach to company culture, challenging old norms regarding benefits, compensation, management structure, purpose, and everything in between.

Getting to Know inDinero: Sarah Olbekson

Posted by Melissa Hollis to Inside inDinero

inDinero’s teammates all have intriguing stories and we want to share them with our readers. So you can get to know the individuals behind the magic that each make inDinero a top-notch business and amazing place to work. Featured this month is none other than, Sarah Olbekson, who leads inDinero’s talent acquisition team (aka builds inDinero’s army of awesome people). Sarah joined inDinero’s team a year ago this month as one of its first hires the Portland, Ore. office.

Getting to Know inDinero: Sam Marritz

Posted by Melissa Hollis to Inside inDinero

inDinero’s teammates all have intriguing stories and we want to share them with our clients and readers. So you can get to know the individuals behind the magic that each make inDinero a top-notch business and amazing place to work. Featured this month is none other than, Sam Marritz, client advocate and one of inDinero’s very first hires at its office in Portland, Oregon.

Employee Appreciation Day: How inDinero Honors its Human Capital

Posted by Melissa Hollis to Inside inDinero

inDinero is on a mission to move mountains within the business fintech industry. We couldn’t come close to accomplishing what we have or what we’re shooting to do without the all-star lineup and kick-ass culture we have built accordingly. So it’s days like today, national employee appreciation day as well as every day that we like to show how much we love our teammates.

Jessica Mah’s Secrets to Grow 2,685.6% in 3 years

Posted by Ash Roy to Inside inDinero, Business Advice, Business

Ash Roy has been creating podcast featuring entrepreneurs on missions to support other entrepreneurs. 

In this episode he speaks with inDinero co-founder and CEO, Jessica Mah about her financial secrets to growing the company by over 2,000% in just 3 years. They specifically drill down down into content: absorbing content and processing content, but also creating it and tapping into what resonates with entrepreneurs as only a fellow entrepreneur can.

This podcast recording and blog post were recently featured on Ash’s website, ProductiveInsights.com.

Listen and enjoy!

Dan Price and Jessica Mah Talk Life, Death, And Business

Posted by Gravity Payments to Inside inDinero, Business Advice

After both speaking at the Inc 5000 conference, inDinero CEO Jessica Mah and Gravity Payments CEO Dan Price became fast friends. They sat down recently to dive into some of the lessons they learned as business owners. Asking each other 3 questions each, Jess and Dan get personal about life, death, entrepreneurship, challenges, and what keeps them going.

5 Habits Jessica Mah Uses to Lead inDinero

Posted by Jessica Mah to Inside inDinero, Business Advice

If your productivity is slipping, try making these changes to your everyday routine.

This article originally appeared in slightly different form on Inc.com and is shared with permission.

A year ago I was really struggling to keep up. My calendar was full of constant appointments, and I was always exhausted. Since I was a teenager, I have always loved working hard, but I realized that I needed to figure out how to work smarter too. I started reading a lot of books, ranging from Getting Things Done to The Four Hour Work Week, to come up with better ways to be productive.

The evidence is clear: 40% of everything we do on a typical day is the result of habits—good and bad. I knew that if I didn’t take charge of my productivity habits for the better, they would take charge of me for the worse.

Jessica Mah on How to Manage People

Posted by Rebecca Wilson to Inside inDinero, Business Advice

When our co-founder and CEO, Jessica Mah, started inDinero, it was not only her first time managing a team, it was also her first job. 

6 Things I Did to Build One of the Country's Fastest-Growing Companies

Posted by Jessica Mah to Inside inDinero, Business Advice


This article was originally published in slightly different form on Inc.com

It's practically impossible to get a business loan as a 14-year-old entrepreneur operating out of your bedroom. I learned this the hard way in 2004. I was working on my first business. It was a great idea, very technical, very niche; but I couldn't raise capital to meet demand and growth (you can't get a bank loan if you aren't an adult!).

Entreocracy in Action: Empowering inDinero Employees

Posted by Dayna Del Mar to Inside inDinero, Taxes, Accounting

 

One of our stand-out CPAs, Brent McKee, talks Entreocracy and inDinero with Dayna.

This post originally appeared in slightly different form on my LinkedIn profile.

Last month I found myself in my final interview with Jessica Mah, the CEO of Portland's newest tech company, inDinero. This was no ordinary interview. Resume and portfolio, my list of questions...all the traditional interview stuff left beside the yoga ball in the office to never be glanced at again.