It is another point for the entrepreneurship ecosystem, specifically the sector of consulting and advice to small and large companies and institutions. Such is the case of Jump into Tech (JIT), a business model founded in 2017, which has been shaped by the entrepreneurs Bosco González del Valle and Pedro Luis Roman de la Calle. These two millennials have developed a project based on converting ideas into digital businesses, through consulting services, advice and technological promotion to small and large companies and institutions.
So much so that, currently, Jump into Tech has launched more than 40 projects in six countries around the world. With this, the founders of the platform have proposed a roadmap focused on “converting the ideas of entrepreneurs into profitable digital products, accompanying the user throughout the process and thus humanizing technology,” explain the two founders.
The idea of Jump into Tech has led Bosco González and Pedro Luis Román to be selected to work for two years in one of the most exclusive offices in Spain, the BBVA Open Space, in an old palace in the center of the Spanish capital.
Jump into Tech’s team has developed its own methodology that includes advising clients from the very definition of the project, since its portfolio of services includes consulting that analyzes the possible weak points of the client’s initial idea so that its experts can restructure it until an effective solution is achieved with a guarantee of viability. Through the design and programming of various tools to translate ideas into real business projects.
JIT’s technical, design and layout team offers web and app design with subsequent development, as well as digital marketing strategies to position the product. “Each client has a need and at JIT we choose the best way to execute it”, explain the founders.
In terms of investments, the JIT model does not require specific financing, but rather the objective is focused on the generation of “powerful” startups, as the firm’s creators emphasize. “We are the ones who create the startups and, in fact, we have several startups such as micappital, gopick, laborfox, 360 fund insight or student guru that have raised money thanks to their products that we have helped develop,” they add.
The main goals of the platform’s portfolio are the growth in the number of users and to position itself as one of the main players in the startup ecosystem in the country.