Bohumil Pokstefl is the Co-owner and the Chief Executive Officer of Kontentino, a social media management tool. Started as a bootstrapped company, Kontentino has now gone international and worked with agencies and brands like BBDO, IKEA, McCann, Nescafé, Ogilvy, and others. Currently residing in Bratislava, Slovakia, he was recently named on the Forbes 30 under 30 list. His areas of expertise include social media and SaaS marketing. When he is not working, he enjoys riding motorbikes and traveling.
- How Politics Can Impact Business Culture
- Key Components of Building a Tech Startup
- How Kontentino Evolved
- Why Planning Is Overrated For Entrepreneurs
[2:11] Growing Up in Slovakia
[6:57] The Influence of the Slovak Mafia in the 1990s
[9:25] College Years In Denmark & the US
[13:59] What Are the Key Elements For Starting a Successful Tech Startup?
[16:27] How the Idea for Kontentino Came About
[23:01] The Biggest Challenge For Kontentino
[26:41] Advice to Budding Entrepreneurs
The tech industry is a dynamic and a competitive space. In a sea of startups, it’s difficult to make yours stand out and succeed. But Bohumil Pokestefl managed to do exactly that with Kontentino. In this podcast episode, he talks about how he managed to turn a bootstrapped startup into a successful one.
Since its inception four years ago, Kontentino has worked with agencies and brands, including Ogilvy, BBDO, McCann, Nescafé, and others.
Tune in to the podcast to hear more about Kontentino’s evolution and what advice Bohumil has for budding entrepreneurs.
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