I remember an elementary school assignment that required me to talk to my parents about household safety. We developed a checklist that included things like knowing where the fire extinguisher was, compiling an earthquake survival kit with canned food and flashlights, and mapping escape routes and meeting points in case a quick evacuation was necessary.
Looking back, I see this assignment as a lesson in preparation, awareness, and proactivity that can be applied to many aspects of modern business.
Nitro interns are a rare breed of human. They’re students, hungry for working world experience and for taking on work that makes an impact on an organization. Today, we’re focusing on Kylie Poppen, who just entered her senior year at Stanford University.
For the second year, Nitro has been recognised as one of the top 50 fastest growing technology companies in Australia, joining other great Aussie businesses like Vinomofo, Infoready, and Audinate. The Deloitte Technology Fast 50 Australia ranks and profiles Australian companies, both public and private, that have achieved the fastest rates of annual revenue growth […]
Here at Nitro, we regularly speak about “digital document strategies”. The phrase can take on many meanings depending on the audience, but for us it’s all about the methods through which a person, team, or company is managing, accessing, and sharing their documents.
Nitro interns are a rare breed of human. They’re students, hungry for working world experience and for taking on work that makes an impact on an organization. Today, we’re focusing on Yue Shen, a junior at the University of California, Davis.