Kuty Shalev

Kuty Shalev

Founder of Clevertech
Kuty Shalev is the founder of Clevertech, a New York City-based firm that designs, develops and deploys strategic software for businesses that want to transform themselves using the power of the web. 
How Often is Too Often to Send Client Updates?
Customer Experience

How Often is Too Often to Send Client Updates?

Don't be a pest but don't think a weekly "all is well" notification is all it takes.
3 Steps to Building Credibility for Your Startup
Startups

3 Steps to Building Credibility for Your Startup

The majority of startups fail. Leverage what you've done in the past -- as well as who you know -- to beat those odds.
How to Build Incredible, Game-Changing Technology Fast (and Right)
Technology Startups

How to Build Incredible, Game-Changing Technology Fast (and Right)

To stand out in the market, hit on customers' pain points -- and solve them -- before someone beats you to it.
Effectively Manage a Remote Team via Gamification
Gamification

Effectively Manage a Remote Team via Gamification

Struggling to manage your remote team? Introduce gamification -- and a smiley face or two -- and watch your team flourish.
4 Ways to Create Effective Standards for Remote Workers
Managing Remote Teams

4 Ways to Create Effective Standards for Remote Workers

Break down goals to their most basic components to make them easy for virtual teammates to follow.
Can Entrepreneurs and Developers Just Get Along? Yes, Using These 4 Methods.
Communication Strategies

Can Entrepreneurs and Developers Just Get Along? Yes, Using These 4 Methods.

Consider the following if you want to improve communications with your tech team.
Stop Giving Money to Others. Invest in Yourself.
Investing

Stop Giving Money to Others. Invest in Yourself.

Why relinquish financial control to the stock market when you could be working on your own worthy ideas?
Make More Happen

5 Steps to Help You Turn Your Passion Into Profit

What business void are you dying to fill?
4 Questions to Help You Price Your App in a 'Freemium' World
Marketing Bootcamp

4 Questions to Help You Price Your App in a 'Freemium' World

Streaming music, videos and games is still largely free. How do you get your piece of the pie?
iOS or Android: Which Operating System Should You Program for First?
App Developers

iOS or Android: Which Operating System Should You Program for First?

Android has been the preferred OS until now, but heads up, small business: Here comes Microsoft.
Does Your Company Need an App, a Website or Both?
Technology

Does Your Company Need an App, a Website or Both?

When facing a technological crossroad, you must ensure you're targeting platforms that best serve your product and your audience.
Your Minimum Viable Product Is Doomed Without This
Product Design

Your Minimum Viable Product Is Doomed Without This

Balance functionality and design or risk drowning in the crowded marketplace.
Lacking Capital, Talent or Connections? That's Just the Fear Talking.
Ready To Launch

Lacking Capital, Talent or Connections? That's Just the Fear Talking.

To see if there is any future for a new business, focus only on the essentials and develop a minimum viable product.
From Teen to Adult: 6 Tips on Dealing With Startup Growing Pains
Growing a Business

From Teen to Adult: 6 Tips on Dealing With Startup Growing Pains

As your business grows, it will begin to take on a life of its own and will require less hand holding from you. Here is how to 'parent' your company, as it matures.
The 5 Steps Needed for a Digital Detox
Lifestyle

The 5 Steps Needed for a Digital Detox

Are you constantly checking your Facebook, Twitter and Instagram page? Do you obsess over comments? Are you looking at emails in bed? Then you may need a tech detox.