Deyan Georgiev, a Forbes 30 under 30, is Co-Founder and CEO of NitroPack, the all-in-one performance optimization service that is powering over 50,000 websites per day, providing lightning-fast load times and great PageSpeed scores.
Deyan Georgiev studied Finance at the University of National and World Economy in Bulgaria. After that he became an entrepreneur and went on to co-found Biomyc, which offers sustainable packaging alternatives for businesses across the globe. Biomyc was awarded best European start-up in the Green category at the Startup Europe Awards in 2017.
He was included in the Forbes 30 under 30 list in 2021. Deyan says he was always interested in providing value in whatever he did and in the intersection between business and technology. NitroPack, he says, is a great example of that.
1. Can you tell us more about your educational and career background? Coming from Bulgaria, to the US and the world? (advice for entrepreneurs - good for social media clip)
2. How did you start your entrepreneurial career?
3. What can you tell us about the evolution of software development and consumer solutions?
4. What can you tell us about Biomyc?
5. And when did you decide to found NitroPack and what are you trying to solve?
6. What’s the importance and role of a business website performance?
7. What’s the roadmap for NitroPack?
Deyan Georgiev is a Forbes 30 under 30, tech entrepreneur and Co-Founder and CEO of NitroPack, the all-in-one performance optimization service that is powering over 50,000 websites per day, providing lightning-fast load times and great PageSpeed scores.
“I wanted to be a developer but I also wanted to go out with girls,” Deyan said. “So, I put development aside because I wanted a social life.”
Fast forward to 2017, and after studying Finance at the University of National and World Economy in Bulgaria and later pursuing a variety of entrepreneurial interests, Deyan once again dove deep into computers. He co-founded Biomyc, which offers sustainable packaging alternatives for businesses across the globe. Biomyc was awarded best European start-up in the Green category at the Startup Europe Awards in 2017. Less than 18 months after conception, Biomyc scored big when it struck a deal with Mercedes Benz to make 3D printable, plant-based plastic engine parts that had always been made of standard plastic. Not only did the partnership lead to less plastic being used in their cars but the plant-based material reduced CO2 emissions four-fold.
Nowadays, his focus at NitroPack is making sure users don’t waste time slogging through painfully slow websites to find what they need. As a consumer, Deyan had been frustrated with slow websites and said he was amazed at how long it could take just to buy a tee-shirt online. With NitroPack, he felt they had developed a simple solution to a problem that affected most everyone and he thought it was a great business model. It was the perfect marriage.
Deyan says he was always interested in providing value in whatever he did and in the intersection between business and technology. NitroPack, he says, is a great example of that.
About NitroPack Solution
“NitroPack offers the first real-world implementation of this that works and yields fantastic results. Now, WP Rocket and Flying Press are building the same approach after it was proven to work reliably by NitroPack. How would that be “Black Hat” if everyone else is following suit? Site owners should be looking at Core Web Vitals. That’s directly going to impact their ranking. Google’s ranking update is going to rely on real-world data, not lab data. If a solution works in the real world and provides tangible benefits to the users, that would mean that it works, wouldn’t it?”
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