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GenieBelt Report 2017: The year’s highlights
21 Dec 2017
And the year 2017 finally comes to an end. GenieBelt had an amazing year in terms of growth and spirit.
In order to share the joy of our year with our audience, we decided to summarize the main highlights of the year as GenieBelt Report 2017.
First and foremost, we did a short trip to the South Pole ❄️ GenieBelt Chairman, Klaus Nyengaard sends his regards!
Danish Institute of Construction reported that the use of GenieBelt can result in
savings up to 7% during the building process
We’ve been part of great construction events where we met with some of the best people in the industry!
Website Traffic has grown 200% since 2016.
Further developments to the software!
– Project Overview and Insight
– Integrations: We now import from MS Project, Excel,
– “My task” feature on mobile app:
can now keep track of their own tasks.
Foosball table is still standing strong!
More Genies have come on board!
We have grown to 51 people in 2017!
The new comers have brought even more nationalities in GenieBelt.
The 2017 chapter of GenieBelt comes to a close now. We welcome 2018 with excitement and look forward to the opportunities it brings us.
From all genies here at GenieBelt:
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GenieBelt report 2018
Shaneel has a master's degree in brand and communication management. At GenieBelt, she is a content marketing assistant. Her tasks are content creation and amplification.
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