Our Head of Communications Aet Rebane shares insight on the market logic, pivoting (and not) and why we have decided to concentrate more on the mural robot for now.
Packing my bag, it’s 12pm. Just woke up from 6 hours of sleep after a 30 hour printing session, just in time to pick up the robot from the lab before the bus leaves at 2:30am.
SprayPrinter is engineered for art. For me, the definition of art is creative energy in action. Our mission is to give new power to good intent. We wish to see our environment through creative energy in action.
Featuring our first public murals which were done in cooperation with Midway Gallery in San Francisco.
I am back in Estonia. And I have been frequently asked – “So, how was America?” And so far I haven’t been able to give a short, concise answer to that. USA is a country that you can experience in many different ways, because it has a lot of dimensions.
We thought that it’s about time to share more of our journey with all of you. So here is our first vlog entry. More to come soon!
This blog post is from our newest team member Mobina. Mobina is our first non-Estonian team member and super valuable part of the Silicon Valley team. She has studied human-computer interaction design in London where she wrote her phD thesis about How Environment Supports Creativity.
We don’t have an enormous budget to spend and we don’t have that much manpower either. This means we have to be clever. So far, we have attended around 10 big international tech events with SprayPrinter, so here are some examples of how we have stood out at these events.
Our CEO Richard and the brain behind SprayPrinter, our inventor Mihkel, spent two and a half weeks in Silicon Valley with a full agenda of meetings and events. In this interview they reflect back on the experience and discuss the deals they made there.
How to hack Silicon Valley – go there with two hands in your pocket, hustle yourself to the biggest start-up event there is, do a guerilla demo in the hallway and be invited to the main stage.