Dream: A Contribution to Civilization

I believe civilization is a collection of things people take for granted. Water, gas fire, electricity, internet, and nowadays, smartphones. It’s a great privilege to be able to contribute back to civilization and build something that people take for granted.

Historically, a lot of these innovations were driven by technological advancement. But technology alone doesn’t fulfil innovations. Technology must be used to solve human problems. Hands-in-hands with humane design, we devise solutions to these problems and better ourselves. With proper marketing to provide these solutions to those in need, we begin to change the world for the better.

This is why we do what we do. This is why it’s meaningful to work with our team.

We are starting with a single point – SendBird, the simplest solution for building real-time communication channels. But it’s more than that. We are more than that. We want to connect the entire world in real-time. We want to enable people to have real conversations online, whether they are user-to-user conversations, or business-to-customer interactions. We want to help making these conversations genuinely helpful and valuable to people. Because we, as human beings, are social beings at heart, so we want to give the power to the people and the businesses around the world to take the human conversations and interactions to the next level in the era of mobile, internet, and globalization.

We aspire to make something people use everyday without them even realizing. That’s when we know for sure, that we have advanced our civilization.

Author: John

Positive tenacity. CEO at SendBird 💬 The no.1 conversations platform for mobile apps. Investor at Valon Capital. Ex-#1 FPS pro-gamer. ⭐️ Interested in creating scalable impact through technology.

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