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Unless otherwise noted, all quotes by Avik Ashar and Vitaly Podkopaev, strategists.
It’s hard to pick just one."
This is what Avik Ashar says when asked what his favorite part of his job is.
Casual clothes (shorts for the win), flexible hours, awesome team and energy, Beer Fridays—alternate Fridays at six we crack open a few beers and relax.”
Developing and growing a business may be many things, but few associate the process with cracking open a few beers and relaxing. However, Avik works at a startup—and startups tend to do things a little differently.
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