Jojo Hedaya is the C.E.O at Unroll.Me, a company that he co-founded back in 2011. At the time, he was still studying at Brooklyn College, and the company pushed its way to the top in a short period. Jojo Hedaya is in charge of the operations sector and product development at the company working as the Chief Product and Consumer Officer also. Unroll.Me has a huge following with millions of users. It has been the talk on many newspapers and even media channels. At some point, it was listed in App Store as one of the top 100 apps. The app enables users to unsubscribe from annoying emails, organizes the user’s inbox, does away with spams, and also makes the mailbox more presentable. Hedaya is passionate about his work and believes in sharing his knowledge with others. He does this during talks at events and conferences that he attends. He also makes a point of mentoring his employees to help them achieve the best.
Jojo Hedaya and his co-founder, Josh Rosenwald, had trouble sorting their emails. They would sometimes not get essential emails sent to each other as it remained buried under junk files. This frustration drove them to come up with an app that would help them arrange their mail and thus Unroll.Me was born. The app contains an additional feature, The Rollup that puts together all the subscriptions in one mail allowing space for more important mail. The Rollup can be set to appear at any desired time according to how the user prefers to read their mail. Jojo and Josh met while in college and became instant friends since they had a lot in common. They even shared the same birthday. From their friendship, a thriving business was born.
Jojo Hedaya encourages young entrepreneurs not to be afraid to take a risk. Before quitting college to work on Unroll.Me, he was the Vice President and only had three credits left to attain his degree. He, however, took a chance and went to start Unroll.Me and it turned out to be a success. He also says that the key to a successful business is to create something that is not complicated but simple.
Robert Deignan is one of the most successful leaders out there. Besides being the Co-founder, he is also the Chief Executive Officer at the famous ATS Digital Services. ATS Digital Services is actually a company that works around the clock to ensure that customers from different corners of the world have been helped when it comes to matters of technological concerns.
ATS Digital Services has a wealth of experience when it comes to dealing with problems such as connectivity issues and general troubleshooting. It serves customers from different corners of the world. The company has been doing extremely well and this is the main reasons why it is one of the most famous companies nowadays.
Robert Deignan was actually born in a place called Fort Lauderdale, Florida. After a couple of years, he attended the famous Purdue University under a football scholarship. During his undergraduate studies at this great institution, he specialized in Organization Leadership. After spending a few years at a Miami Dolphins as well as NY Jets, Robert Deignan decided to start a business. This is how Fanlink Company, his first entrepreneurial venture came about.
Robert Deignan’s advice about automation
Robert Deignan has a proper understanding of technology and has been able to build his career in this area. He says that many people are worried that technology might wipe out several jobs in the new feature. However, people should not be worried but should learn how to operate and work alongside technology. By doing this, those who are worried can actually make themselves indispensable despite the fact that technology is advancing at a fast pace.
According to scientists, it might take about 120 years for machines to take about 50 percent of the jobs. But according to Robert Deignan machines are only appropriate for a few sets of activities. They are good at jobs that involve repetitive tasks as well as manual activities like data entry. These are some of the areas that are possible to automate. Robert says that it is hard to automate activities such as driving simply because a huge amount of data needs to be processed.