• Adam Peled

Bringing Startup Nation to Enterprises (the story of Razor Grip)

Updated: Jan 12, 2020

We always loved startups.

The feeling of creating something new in the world is intoxicating and addicting.

From a young age (13 years old) I was dreaming of having my own gaming company, I was going to revolutionize the world.

The years have passed and I always had the knack of generating ideas and solving problems.

8 years ago I convinced my then boss and now partner (Oded Levi) that it's time to start a startup, we decided to work on a couple of ideas (a startup of startups) and to see what sticks.

Long story short, it didn't really pan out, working on multiple ideas at once is hard, but while we were doing it we started working with some large enterprises and noticed an interesting trend.

They lacked the startup mentality. They moved slow. They couldn't recruit the startup talent.

They were thirsty for innovation and a different mindset, and that is how Razor Grip was born.

We bring the startup mentality, tools and expertise to enterprises.

We bring the A-Team to work on exciting projects (we won't take your boring leftovers) in large organizations to get them up-to-speed and ahead of the competition.

What does it mean?

It means that enterprises have enjoyed technology disruption that would have taken them years.

It means that employees received internal tools that quadrupled their output and improved their satisfaction.

It means that businesses were able to save and become a lot more efficient in just a few months of working with us.

They were transformed, from point A to point B.

We are something else.

We bring something different.

We love solving problems on a large scale that make a large impact.

What are you waiting for?

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