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Bam! Gam! Thank you Ma’am...[First Published 25.02.2018]

This was our third full week in “Beta” testing stage and once again we have amazing news to report. Apart from the 3 children we were able to support from our 2 previous weeks of operation, this week we collected almost enough fund for 3 additional children to support for one week. It’s truly amazing because our actual sales are not growing this fast but they are mostly coming from the extra donations made by our customers. As the great Bowie sings it... Bam! Gam! Thank you Ma’am!

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Quick BAMGAM report [First Published 18.02.2018]

Just a quick report of our “Buy a meal, give a meal” metrics. We are happy to report that we will be able to support almost 2 children in need for a week from our second week of operation. That is on top of the one child we were able to support from our first week. It does not mean that our sales have doubled from the first week, although there were very slight increase. Instead, we had customers who matched or exceeded our contribution to the “buy a meal, give a meal” effort. We are very grateful for all our customers. We will do our best to bring great meals to you and those in extreme need. Thank you....

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BAMGAM Metrics... [First published 12.02.2018]

Every company has their own kpi (key performance indicators) also called metrics. These are stats where the companies can see how they are measuring their ongoing performances. Facebook’s top metrics is engagement: how many users are liking, sharing and commenting on each others posts. Airbnb’s key metrics is nights booked: how many users are booking every night. Spotify’s kpi is retention: how long are people staying on their app and listening to music. We have our own metrics and one of the most important numbers that we have decided upon from the very first day of business is our “Buy a meal, give a meal” metrics. We wanted to bake social responsibility into our culture from the start. We pledge...

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Start of a new venture [First published 28.11.2017]

When I first moved to Berlin, I remember listening to a song called “The Dream” by Cho Yong Pil, legendary korean singer. It is a about a person who comes to the city looking for his dream and instead finds a desolate place. When our family moved to Berlin, we knew no one and there was no certain future waiting for us here. We simple moved here with our young children. We came here searching for an unknown dream. Six years have passed and we have nicely adjusted to the life here. We met good people, we found a good home, and we found a warm community. I haven’t listened to the song since then but now I find myself...

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