Jacob Nicotra, founder of Jacob Nicotra Web Development, interviewed in Influential People Magazine
Jacob Nicotra was a natural choice to be featured in Influential People Magazine as part of its series on entrepreneurs in the tech industry.
CHICAGO, ILLINOIS, UNITED STATES, June 12, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — Jacob Nicotra, founder of Jacob Nicotra Web Development, was recently featured in Influential People Magazine. Jacob Nicotra was a natural choice to be featured in Influential People Magazine as part of its series on entrepreneurs in the tech industry. Influential People Magazine is a leading international source of business media news and a promotional marketing vehicle magazine that features and spotlights business owners, entrepreneurs, invisible heroes, leaders, influencers, celebrities and humanitarian resources for media and readers. Its content encourages readers and entrepreneurs to apply practical advice and grow businesses into industry-leading organizations.
In his interview and article with Influential People Magazine, Jacob Nicotra talks about running a small home business in a remote economy. In his article, Nicotra examines the pros and cons of running a small business remotely, provides advice on how to counter the negatives, and offers general advice. As noted in his article, some of the benefits of working remotely are: better work-life balance, more freedom, improved employee experience, lower infrastructure costs, increased productivity, and the ability to hire and to retain the best talent. Some of the disadvantages of working remotely are: lack of face-to-face contact, lack of access to information, less collaboration, and loneliness and isolation.
Nicotra also offered some general tips for running an effective remote business:
“While you can’t meet your clients in person, it’s up to you to do your best to emulate the personal connection that is formed in physical meetings. I focus on video calls, in which I show my face who looks professional and shares my screen to do a live demonstration of the product I offer. This allows people to see and understand the bespoke service my company provides, much more than just a phone call or a chain email. When running a business remotely, a strong internet connection is essential for hosting video meetings and performing day-to-day web-based tasks. A quality microphone also goes a long way and is far more valuable than a quality web camera.People are much more forgiving of a grainy video image than they are of a poor quality microphone which can cause echoes, background noise interference, stuttering. orders and other types of distractions.
To read the full article, please visit https://influentialpeoplemagazine.com/jacob-nicotra-ceo-and-founder-of-jacob-nicotra-web-development-discusses-operating-a-small-business-from-home – in-a-distant-economy/
To learn more about Jacob Nicotra and Jacob Nicotra Web Development, please visit www.jacobnicotra.com
About Jacob Nicotra
Jacob Nicotra is a full stack developer with unique experience in the medical field as well as years of scientific research. He is passionate about programming and is always looking for ways to optimize back-end infrastructure and create smooth, user-friendly experiences. When he’s not coding, you can find him hiking, playing PC and VR games, capturing drone footage, or trying out new restaurants and breweries.
Jacob Nicotra hails from suburban Chicago, including Naperville, Aurora and Carol Stream. He attended Waubonsie Valley High School in Aurora, Illinois from 2011 to 2015, where he was active in extracurricular activities such as wrestling, Model United Nations, and the Science Olympiad. After graduating from high school, Nicotra attended the University of Pittsburgh for two years, from 2015 to 2017. Jacob then transferred to Elmhurst University in the Chicago area from where he graduated magna cum laude with a Bachelor of Science in Biochemistry. While studying at Elmhurst, Nicotra actively participated in the tutoring program and helped hundreds of students improve in chemistry, biology, calculus, statistics, and physics at the college level.
With a solid background in STEM, biochemistry and thousands of clinical hours, Jacob Nicotra decided to redirect his career in 2021 to pursue a path in the technology industry as a software engineer. After evaluating market trends and job opportunities, Jacob took a 6-month software engineering course. To date, Nicotra has developed 4 complete web applications and launched an online web development company, focused on building websites for small businesses. He is currently developing an estimating tool for a painting and construction company that will support a streamlined estimating process and help drive new business and increase revenue.
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