12 Questions: Meet Rommel Rojas (Venezuela)

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In our 12 Questions blog series, we feature interviews with someone from the crowdSPRING community. For these interviews, we pick people who add value to our community – in the blog, in the forums, in the projects. Plainly – activities that make crowdSPRING a better community. Rommel lives and works in Valencia, Venezuela. My name is Rommel Rojas, I live in Valencia, Venezuela.

BTC + DeFi = FTW

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which are the primary means of trading in countries like Venezuela (see this excellent study of bitcoin as a censorship resistant bridge currency). That cap has taken on an almost religious significance within the community.

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Standing out from the Crowd in the Gallery

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12 Questions: Meet Rommel Rojas (Venezuela). Awesomeness design How To inspiration Strategy Uncategorized branding community creative creativity crowdsourcing crowdspring designer graphic design graphics design graphics designer logo logo design logos weekly glance of awesomenessIf you are a creative, you know the galleries in projects can be filled with page after page of designs, and everyone is trying to stand out from the crowd.

Green Franchise Taking The Industry A Notch Higher

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With my years of experience from the textile and plastics industry in Venezuela and Colombia; I knew that my team and I were resourceful and could to transform the traditional dry-cleaning system and generate a distinctive and better offering. We care for our customer; health and of their families, our communities, our workers the environment. Businesses that take care of the environment are almost always bound to be successful.

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Thank you Israel for welcoming our British startup (Guest post)

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The Israeli startup community is: “Pashut Magniv” (simply spectacular). Within weeks, the whole team were making acquaintances in the startup community that we now call friends for life. You only had to look around little Techloft to meet people from, amongst others: Israel (of course), the US, UK, France, Venezuela, Canada & Eastern Europe. By Daniel Abrahams *. I’ve always been intrigued by the success of the ‘Startup Nation.’

Twitter Link Roundup #51 – Small Business, Social Media, Design, Copywriting, Marketing And More

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Interview with a crowdSPRING designer – 12 Questions: Meet Rommel Rojas (Venezuela) – [link]. Interesting info about the crowdSPRING creative community - [link]. Interesting info about the crowdSPRING creative community - [link]. Every day on the crowdSPRING Twitter account and on my own Twitter account , I post links to posts or videos I enjoyed reading or viewing.

37 Entrepreneurs Explain Why They Started Their Businesses

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When you support that platform with inspirational and informative subject matter that helps guide people along the way, and then offer them a community of service providers who can help round out their team—well, that’s the ticket. Surfers alway want to know the waves conditions in real-time and they want to stay connected with their local and global community. I originally came from Argentina, and lived in Brazil and Venezuela before moving to the US.