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Outboxers - Dalibor Pulkert

DALIBOR PULKERT

Co-founder
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Innovation is a buzzword nowadays. For some it’s an empty word and for others it is a necessity. Personally, I consider innovation as an activity we all have to do, but sometimes there isn’t enough time, energy or motivation to do so. It is important sometimes to stop, calm down, breath, then focus and think about the future. So let’s “sharpen our axes”:

If I had 8 hours to chop down a tree, I would spend 6 of those hours sharpening my axe.
~ Abraham Lincoln

Entrepreneurs energize me enormously, because of their mindset and the passion to change the world for the better. I also keep a very close eye on the startup scene, because that is the place, full of innovations, ideas and new business approaches.

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Outboxers - Michal Kardaš

MICHAL KARDAŠ

Co-founder
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I believe that without quality user experience innovation can not flourish. During my vast experience I have come to realise just how few companies actually know their customers or their motivation. They often innovate so blindly without knowing their customers needs. Therefore the absolute foundation of success is understanding those needs in the first place.

I have seen so many great ideas die due to poor implementation. the product or service must primary entertain the user. If the clients love the product it cannot survive.Therefor customer feedback is the absolute key to success.

We have founded Outboxers to help you and your companies to adopt this approach in the innovation process. If we succeed, I am certain that this world will turn a little better.

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Why Outboxers?

The name Outboxers?

Where’s the origin of the company name

As consultants, we have always benefited in client’s eyes from the ability to look at problems from a larger perspective. We’re not affected by everyday routine issues. We always try to bring to the light a new point of view and to confront our client’s decision-making with real customers and market feedbacks.

Honestly, we are not the best specialists in Fintech, Telco or Automotive. But we have a bank account, a cell phone and a car. We believe that innovation starts with understanding of the whole context. Of course, the field specialization is very important, no doubt about it. But the more you understand your sphere, the more you’re stuck in a rut. Our mission is to help you get out of the box from time to time.

The name Outboxers?

Where’s the origin of the company name

As consultants, we have always benefited in client’s eyes from the ability to look at problems from a larger perspective. We’re not affected by everyday routine issues. We always try to bring to the light a new point of view and to confront our client’s decision-making with real customers and market feedbacks.

Honestly, we are not the best specialists in Fintech, Telco or Automotive. But we have a bank account, a cell phone and a car. We believe that innovation starts with understanding of the whole context. Of course, the field specialization is very important, no doubt about it. But the more you understand your sphere, the more you’re stuck in a rut. Our mission is to help you get out of the box from time to time.

Our philosophy

A lot of our inspiration comes from the field of sport. For example, Muhammad Ali was one of the greatest boxers of his time, winning through technique and through his ability to think “outside-of-the-box”. He believed that the road to a success was through the well-thought-out long-term steps, the ability to read and study an enemy, to adapt and patiently wait for a right time to attack and ultimately to win. He knew that there are no shortcuts for long-term success.

Our philosophy

A lot of our inspiration comes from the field of sport. For example, Muhammad Ali was one of the greatest boxers of his time, winning through technique and through his ability to think “outside-of-the-box”. He believed that the road to a success was through the well-thought-out long-term steps, the ability to read and study an enemy, to adapt and patiently wait for a right time to attack and ultimately to win. He knew that there are no shortcuts for long-term success.