Andy Wilson is the CEO and co-founder of Logik, which started in 2004 from a tiny dining room table and by 2008 was ranked 181 on the Inc 500 list with revenue at $4.4 million.
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-What were big lessons from starting a company to multimillions? -What is the best and worst advice he received?
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What else will you learn in this interview?
-Where did Andy meet execs for a huge meeting when they first started?
-What mistakes did the company make with hiring and culture?
-What happened when the recession hit?
-What did his staff do when his company changed directions? You may not guess this.
Andy is an efficiency junky, even when loading the dishwasher.
Business Mentors, Tools, Books mentioned:
E-myth by Michael Gerber
Oren Hoffman is an advisor
A little background about Logik:
Andy Wilson is the CEO and co-founder of Logik, which he and Sheng started in 2004 with the goal of making complicated electronic discovery projects easier to manage. Today, Andy focuses most of his time on product design and development. He is the visionary behind Logik’s product and marketing strategy, which is to modernize and simplify legal technology for everyone. Andy received a bachelor’s degree in Business Information Technology from Virginia Tech.
Sheng Yang is the CTO and co-founder of Logik, which he and Andy started in 2004 with the goal of making complicated electronic discovery projects easier to manage. Today, Sheng focuses most of his time on building scalable distributed computing architectures. He is the visionary behind Logikcull’s back-end architecture strategy, which is to automate as many complex document processing steps as possible. Sheng received a bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering from Virginia Tech
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Thanks again for the interview, Jeremy!
You are very welcome Andy! It was an absolute pleasure having you on. I have watched this interview several times so far and it has A LOT of gems.
Even if your wife does not come on this page and leave comments herself, I want you to have her watch it and then put in the comments here exactly what her comments would be. She had to endure no dining room table for a year and cold temperatures for your servers!