WhatsApp is for communication between CEOs, which is a big deal, depending on what the topic is.
Co-founder & CEO - inDinero
Because of the nature of the industry we’re in, a lot of our communication is sensitive. We go to extremes to protect internal communication. We use WhatsApp sometimes for messaging.
COO - Aquarius Cannabis
In emergencies, we use WhatsApp because everyone is on their phone at all times.
Founder & CEO - Pixc
WhatsApp is nice because it makes it easy to do group calls.
Founder & CEO - Mifold
Earlier, when we were smaller, we were using WhatsApp to communicate with each other. But now we have more employees, and creating different WhatsApp groups for each team (Ops, Sales, Tech, etc.) was getting too messy. So we’ve since moved to Slack, and it’s going well.
Founder - JustDoc
We don’t have a mobile app yet, so we use Facebook and Whatsapp groups to communicate with users. Via Intercom, users opt in to give us their WhatsApp number or Facebook name, and we use that to push them to our platform at optimal times, when lots of others are on there. Our business relies on having a lot of people on the site, all at the same time, so they can all talk to each other. Right now, as we’re growing, we send out broadcasts through our Facebook and WhatsApp groups.
Co-founder & COO - RealLife Global
2%Stacklist Startups Are Using WhatsApp
WhatsApp Messenger is a cross-platform mobile messaging app which allows users to exchange messages without having to pay for SMS.
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