54 minutes | Feb 17th 2021

Emilio Izquirerdo - CoFounder Daasly

On this episode of The Jason Cavness Experience I talk to Emilio Raul Izquirerdo – CoFounder DaaslyCavnessHR Crowdfunding CampaignWe are doing a rewards based crowdfunding campaign for CavnessHR starting March 2. We're doing this crowdfunding campaign to continue the build out of CavnessHR. Our rewards will include CavnessHR t-shirts, social media outreach for you and your company, ebooks, webinars and more. You can go to the CavnessHR Indiegogo link at https://cavnesshr.co/crowdfundingCavnessHR Social MediacavnessHR website: https://www.cavnessHR.comJason’s email: jasoncavness@cavnessHR.com@cavnessHR  across social media@jasoncavnessHR across social mediaWe talk about the followingHis data analytics company, DaaslyHow he became so fascinated with analyticsHow he stops information overloadThe tech community in MiamiEmilio’s BioEmilio has dedicated the last eight years of his professional career to helping people and organizations do data better. He has a serious obsession with all things analytics, strongly believing that putting data to work can produce change. He is currently growing Daasly and on the founding team of a second startup in tech, affiliate marketing company. In his downtime, you’ll likely find him watching Formula 1 or throwing it down on the grill.Emilio’s GiftFree consultation to help you blueprint your data program. Then help to guide you from there.Emilio’s Social MediaEmilio’s LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/emilioraulizquierdo/Company LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/daasly/Company Website: https://daasly.com/Emilio’s AdviceI think that what I can leave everyone with is the biggest takeaway is understanding that data is the future. Information is the future. The more you know about your customers, the more you know about your employees, the better it is, and the easier it is to run a company. It's never too early to start. It's never too early to start thinking about your company or thinking about your startup. Thinking about what KPIs you want to achieve, how to move that needle down to that granular level. That's the biggest piece of advice. I wished even when I started my company and it was a data company. I wasn't setting KPIs. I wasn't setting goals for myself. I wish I did that from the start.Rate, Review and Subscribe to The Jason Cavness ExperienceIf you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? Or on your favorite podcast platform. It takes less than 60 seconds and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard to get guests. Plus, I love checking them out. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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