May 2019 – Dale Shadbegian

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Meet: Dale Shadbegian

Problem Solving Entrepreneur and Website Expert

 “Having a presence (and address) at CapeSpace has given potential clients a whole new view of our company.”

1. What is your current occupation?
Web development, Internet Marketing, Hosting & Email services.

2. What do you love most about your job & why?
I have two A+ business partners, a great team, many great influencers who constantly refer business to us, and great clients who trust us with one of their most valuable business assets – their website.

3. What has changed in your industry in the past five years?
Consumers in general have come to expect more. In turn, the products and services we offer our clients need to be better, faster, and the most important: consistent. They’re are also finally starting to realize “you get what you pay for” and “if it’s too good to be true it is”.

4. How has CapeSpace improved your work life?
Having a presence (and address) at CapeSpace has given potential clients a whole new view of our company. When they find us online or walk through the door, there is an instant elevation of credibility. I’ve made great business relationships and now friends at CapeSpace I could never get working 100% remotely.

5. What do you enjoy doing in your free time?
Spending time with family: Basketball, Tennis, “Chillin”, and Video Games. Oh and working – I love what I do. It’s not work.

6. What is your favorite place on Cape Cod?
The beach on Nantucket Sound at the end of my street. I can see Chatham, Nantucket, and Yarmouth on a clear day. The sea is always calling me if I take a moment and listen.

7. If you could invite any three people living or dead to a dinner party who would they be and why?
Adam and Eve – I would say: “Look what you’ve done!”
Just kidding. My uncle (passed young), My Grandmother (passed young), and My Mother (living). The hilarious, intelligent, loving, dysfunctional dynamic was amazing.

8. What is your superpower?
I have been told I am a chameleon, but I call it empathy. I have consulted, listened, and helped solve problems for CIOs of a Billion Dollar Tech Firm, and also small businesses with zero knowledge of Web Design.