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Pyze - Prabhjot Singh

Pyze – Prabhjot Singh


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About the Episode

Do you want a way to automate your apps growth? Well today’s guest co-founded a platform that automates personalized engagement based on usage and market insights. Also, listen to the part of the show where he shares how to build the right relationships to grow your business.

Prabhjot Singh is Co-Founder & President at Pyze.

Show Notes

Automating your App’s Growth

Pyze helps publishers automate app growth by helping them develop meaningful relationships through engaging users at the right time. Most of the time, people download apps but stop using them after the first week and this is due to failure of building relationships with the users. Pyze help increase app usage by developing meaningful touch points, automatedly, based on user actions – from onboarding, app reviews, explorations, analysis, reminders– making it useful to both user and developer.

How to Build the Right Relationships to Grow Your Business

There are two key rules of success for Prabhjot’s, one is don’t be a jerk and the other is try avoiding with jerks if you can. If you treat others the way you want to be treated, you can create an environment built on trust and everyone wins.

Course: How to build the right relationships to grow your business.

Low point: During Prabhjot’s first start up, they started working with a large wireless company who would help them in commercialization due to their great partnerships with Telco’s. They spent a year building their idea to become a platform but right when they finished development and were ready to commercialize, the entire division that they were working with shut them down. They pivoted to something bolder and learned a lot after this experience especially in building partnerships.

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