October 7, 2019

Why We Started OnDelta

Mehak Vohra @mehak

We published a blog post about why we started OnDelta on our website here: https://www.ondelta.io/blog/why-i-started-ondelta

An excerpt from the blog: "There is so much opportunity for personal growth when you work with startups. The problem is that if you aren’t from here or currently live here, it can be incredibly hard to break into this industry.

There are people right now earning $35k-40k/year working on social media for agencies, and if they learned the technical skills necessary to do growth, they’d be able to make $70k-90k/year as an entry-level growth manager.

It’s been incredibly rewarding to build this company so far, and while we’re still just starting, our progress to date has been exciting.

Our first student is graduating next week, and our second class starts at the beginning of September."

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