Managing Your Pivot Like a Pro
“The most important one was the moment I realize what’s going on and that we need to wait to go full speed
with this pivot was to cut one time, really deep. The last thing that you want is to cut again and again and again,
and fire people, cause that’s going to destroy your culture.
People are going to be afraid whether they’re going to stay the next month or not. I think the first decision that
was very important was you’ll make need to cut deeper than what seems necessary,
but that’s better than cutting less.”
Chief Operating Officer
Viktor Kyosev started working within the hospitality industry in several countries located on two continents. He has about seven years of experience within international hotel brands and a few restaurants.
He decided to do a full 180-degree turn and move to a more dynamic field – entrepreneurship.
Ever since he has built from the ground up – start-ups ranging from event planning to education, social entrepreneurship, photography, hospitality, and real estate.
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