Stay Scrappy: How companies outside Silicon Valley win
Kelsie Medel the Director of Brand and Communications at TSheets, the top-rated and requested employee time tracking and scheduling software on the planet joins Enterprise Radio.
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Listen to host Eric Dye & guest Kelsie Medel discuss the following:
- What exactly is TSheets?
- Tell me about your slogan “We LOVE Employees.” How did this come about?
- How does a tech company end up in Idaho?
- Why is time tracking so important for businesses?
- Why create so many free resources for businesses to use?
- How do you make something like time tracking fun/sexy?
- Director of Brand and Communications at TSheets in conclusion, any advice on where to start as a small business when it comes to branding?
Kelsie Medel is Director of Brand and Communications at TSheets, the top-rated and requested employee time tracking and scheduling software on the planet. An Idaho native, she knows what it means to be scrappy and resourceful to be successful in business — one of the many reasons she fits in so well at TSheets, and how she’s managed to launch the TSheets brand into the global spotlight.
In her six years at the company, Kelsie has helped TSheets grow from 1,000 customers to 40 thousand in 112+ countries. Now the 8th most reviewed tech company in the world, TSheets has attracted the interest of major publications including The New York Times, Forbes, Washington Post, Fortune, Tech Crunch and more.
Kelsie graduated college in three years — an early testament to her lasting work ethic: getting things done better, faster, and with more heart. A few of her many hats include membership on the Forbes Communications Council, a Stakeholder at Boise Valley Economic Partnership Group, and co-chair for Idaho’s largest tech conference, Develop.Idaho. Recently, she was interviewed by KBOI radio, and spoke at the Facebook Boost Your Business event.
In her professional and personal life, Kelsie’s ultimate pursuit is to live by the words of Maya Angelou. “At the end of the day people won’t remember what you said or did, they will remember how you made them feel.”