The idea of building a corporate culture is one that has been in place for decades with the majority of individuals not understanding what this means. Unroll Me Chief Product and Consumer Officer, Jojo Hedaya has a long history of understanding what is meant by the term corporate culture as he is tasked with the daily operation of the company he founded in 2011. Selling the company in 2014 to shipping and tracking app, Slice Technologies, Hedaya and his fellow founder, Josh Rosenwald decided to remain with the company after it was sold to monitor its running.
My first post 🙂 “How I Built my All-Star Team” by Jojo Hedaya https://t.co/DPlH35hl3c
— Jojo Hedaya (@jojo) July 20, 2016
A positive learning experience is one of the keys to Jojo Hedaya’s plan for creating a positive office culture. The CPCO of Unroll Me has become determined to ensure his staff has as many chances as possible to extend their skills and education in any way possible. Hedaya has a history of looking to learn as much as possible from all areas of the world including through positive and negative experiences. After achieving the role of Vice-President of the student body at Brooklyn College and being just short of graduating, Jojo Hedaya made the decision to drop out of academia and become an entrepreneur.
The non-traditional way of learning undertaken by Jojo Hedaya has been reflected by the ideas he has for developing a positive office culture at Unroll Me. The native New Yorker has become one of the leading speakers explaining how the traditional world of academia is not always the best choice for all young people to achieve success. Despite dropping out of college, Jojo Hedaya has been recruited by the Rakuten Institute to provide information to students about starting a business and becoming an educated employee. Hedaya explains he has been lucky to have been supported in his aims and decision to leave college before achieving his degree by his family.