Mind you: I’ve always been a firm believer that working isn’t the same as working hard. I was an intern in a big architecture studio: the very first job I ever had. And I learned there that the trick isn’t putting in a lot of hours, or whatever. It’s working smart, prioritising, not letting yourself get bogged down.
And as we worked smartly to push Weel forward, Shilling was there pushing with us. They had experience in our sector which meant they had solid business advice to share, and an extensive network of contacts to leverage.
We chose Shilling because of that (and they had better terms!)
We don’t regret it. Not a bit.