Starting a business is a test of grit, cunning, and faith. Starting a business during a pandemic is borderline masochism. In an economic landscape fraught with instability and unknowns, startups and small businesses are facing uniquely challenging circumstances that require innovation, focus, and flexibility in order to survive. These visionaries and risk-takers must problem-solve their way to success, and during a pandemic, there is no shortage of problems.
Roy Dekel, CEO of SetSchedule, is a leader and trailblazer in the technology and real estate sector. In 2014, Dekel and co-founder Udi Dorner created a way to disrupt two industries by building a software that eclipsed the competition and continues to innovate in both industries.
Today, SetSchedule has handled over $1 billion in real estate transactions and has improved the home buying process for thousands of real estate agents and buyers. With over 100 employees, the company is still actively growing,