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We are Polish but we registered our company in the United States, in Silicon Valley. People often ask us - why? If a company is doing something extraordinary on a global scale, something whose reach might cover a large part of the Earth and there's no competition at the moment, then really, there is no other way than to set up in Silicon Valley – is what Tom Kuzak, creator of INFORMATION DESIRED, believes. But there's still something else.
You often wonder at us. Like at how INFORMATION DESIRED doesn't take money “in advance”, and really, you don’t have to pay us at all. Or at how we do things, but we don’t sell anything and you can’t order anything from us. And that... The list goes on. Tom Kuzak, the creator of INFORMATION DESIRED decided to collect all of these things that you can’t wrap your head around and talk about them.
The first year of your website’s existence is very hard work. INFORMATION DESIRED takes full responsibility for it. We also invest funds in getting the project off the ground. What’s next? After that, the success that was achieved together with the client must only be maintained. You can do it yourself, without INFORMATION DESIRED’s involvement, or you can ask us for help. That depends only on you.
This question always comes up. And that's good. But we at INFORMATION DESIRED have a certain problem with it. Because it's actually two questions in one: “how much does it cost” and “how much do I have to risk”. Many companies have the same answer to both of these questions. But not us. Everything is different with us.
We have only just officially started, and we are already going to conquer the US. America, get ready! We are packing our suitcases for TechCrunch Disrupt in San Francisco. Uber will be there, Revolut and Dropbox will be there, and Mark Zuckerberg's wife will be there, so who knows, maybe her husband too. And we will be there.
No, it's not like we’ve just started out company and decided that we wouldn’t bother with our polish home market. The revolution that we want to make is necessary everywhere, and Polish customers will be pampered as well.
But we are not newcomers, we’ve already tested our business model, we’ve worked for many customers in Poland and we decided it’s time to show the rest of the world how to treat customers. Well let's go.
United States of America - because it is one of the largest markets in the world. Because it is the most pro-consumer market in the world. Because that's where the Internet started and that's where we need to start fixing it since it does not work anymore as a tool for entrepreneurs to get new customers.
In America they have already heard about us and we will tell you that a few people are waiting to talk about becoming our partner on the American market. But psssssst! It's only talks for now and we do not want to count our chickens before they are hatched.
We have also heard that there are people on American soil who would like us to start working for them by providing "Desired Information". So, we're going to meet with them.
But we pack the suitcases for one more reason. TechCrunch Disrupt 2018 - have you heard about it? This is an industry conference organized in San Francisco where startups come, because they believe that they will change the world. There are also some bigger startups that have already begun to make that change–enough to mention such giants as Uber, Dropbox or Revolut. We will also be there.
We decided that this is the best place to show the whole world that the revolution is needed not only in the passenger transport or in international payments, but also in internet marketing and customer care in this industry. Keep your fingers crossed for us.
If you want to meet us there, look for us on the 7th of September on the Startups Alley. On the other days (5th and 6th of September) we will be at the Polish stand (PARP).
In summary, the plan for the next two weeks is: Chicago, Los Angeles and San Francisco. If you want to follow our journey, stay tuned to the news on our website and on Twitter: https://twitter.com/IncInquise, LinkedIn profile of our founder Tomek Kuzak and the CEO Marek Kucharski.