Alex and Korbi started as junior engineers in B2B SaaS startups. They worked jobs, but their creative sides craved more action and impact. Soon, they realized something like that seldom happens as a side gig. So, by the end of 2021, they went all in. With undivided attention, they both began hunting for problems to be solved. Exploration led to participations in events like Web3 hackathons, where they won notable awards. There, the seriousness of the web3 community management problem came into light. The more community managers they spoke to, the clearer it became how big of a problem it was. So, they went ahead and developed a rudimentary prototype to solve it. Once it was out in the market, it gained massive traction. Distinguished VCs and angels hopped on board shortly after. Today, that rudimentary tool has come a long way and goes by the name AwesomeQA.