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Come fly into the Nest

Jul 25, 2014 | Crowdtesting

Recently, we had two surprise visitors. Silvano and his wife, both from Italy, decided to come by and say hello. They were on a road trip around Germany as well as other countries and, as freshly hatched Testbirds coming through Munich, wanted to meet the team and see what our Nest actually looks like.


Of course, we were a bit surprised at first, but Andy, our community manager, gladly showed them around. While we’ve met many of our testers before, this was the first time that someone came by for a surprise visit. Thanks a lot Silvano, it’s been a pleasure!

Wouldn’t it be nice if this happened more often? Why should the interaction between our crowd and us only take place online? Well, it shouldn’t! So if you happen to be in the area, feel free to drop by and say hello. You’ll have the chance to talk to our Birdmasters during a cup of coffee, exchange the latest testing tips or challenge us to a foosball game. Our door is always open! Of course, a short e-mail would be nice to avoid disappointment in case we’re all at the Oktoberfest 🙂

See you at Radlkoferstr. 2!

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Markus fails miserably at losing his southwestern accent. He handles all internal and external communications as well as the expansion of the Testbirds crowd.

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