Yesterday we had a look hot topics we’ll be taking into account when further improving Cobot to suit your needs. Today we’d like to tell you more about our team, who works on new features and improvements continually. We had some changes here in 2014, too.
In July, our long-term team member, Cristina, moved on to face new challenges at Asquera. Her incredible energy and ideas played a key role in the development of Cobot for two and a half years. Although it was hard to say goodbye, we’re grateful for all that we were able to learn from each other and for the chance to support her in her personal growth.
Of course, the team grew this year as well! Kida has joined the team as our graphic designer and Conny will take care of PR, sales, and marketing. Together with you, we are looking forward to working on new features and improvements for our software.
The only one still missing from our team now is our fluffy little Cobot. Has anybody seen it? It’s a plush toy, roughly 50x50 cm, lovingly handmade by Cristina. It was sent to France to visit our friends at Mutinerie, but on its way back it got lost and now its place here in Berlin looks sad and empty. If you have any information, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org! We would be so glad to welcome it home soon and thank you for any help you can offer.
Cobot´s plans for 2015
In 2015, we aim to continue Cobot’s development and success story, which is why we’ll be heading out of Berlin for a team weekend in the countryside in a week or so. In winterly surroundings, we’ll discuss new ideas and consider your suggestions. We’re looking forward to returning with more detailed results and further improvements to Cobot! As always, we greatly appreciate your feedback, so feel free to continue voicing your ideas, experiences, and concerns to us in 2015.
One final look into the future: as birthdays usually come with presents, Cobot’s 5-year anniversary might just come with a gift for you as well… Stay tuned for the upcoming blog post!
And with that, we wish you all a collaborative New Year!