I realized quickly that in order to deliver the level of service that I wanted, and at the level that our clients expected, I wouldn’t just need to hire. I would have to build a tight-knit team with a diverse set of skills, a common vision, and the ability to put our clients’ missions top-of-mind.
Headspring sprung from the kitchen of founder and CEO Dustin Wells, who spent days drumming up business and nights delivering IT solutions. 18 years later, he still holds kitchen meetings—in the middle of our Austin HQ, surrounded by a crew of brilliant engineers, Service Delivery experts, Sales and Marketing gurus, mentors and mentees, and dedicated People people.
With teams now in Houston, Dallas, and Monterrey, and clients across industries, Headspring continues to flourish. But it wasn’t an “Aha!” moment that set us on the straight path to success. It was an ideology, some soul searching, and a healthy bit of skepticism. It took understanding our clients, honing our own skills, and adjusting.
Dustin talked to Built in Austin about the flux of collaborative learning that carried us to where we are—and will guide us to where we’re going. Learn about how he built a company that keeps getting recognized as a Best Place to Work, and that always delivers above and beyond for clients: