Oluyomi Ojo’s business; Printivo, was a pioneer business. Until the launch of Printivo, people had to contact printers directly to have any printing done. With some graphic design experience, Oluyomi turned the typically gruesome experience to a simple click of the button and door delivery. In this car ride in a Mitsubishi with Fab, he talks about the jerky roads and on-your-feet-thinking required of a pioneer business, expansion and the path to stability.
Here’s a question from his board member that just might change the way you run your business
‘ If I take you away for 2 weeks, no phone or laptop, will the business run without you?” Learn how Oluyomi got his business to the point where he could answer- YES.
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