We launch amazing web and mobile app experiences

We craft premium enterprise-grade software for a wide range of clients. Our dedicated team of experts transforms ideas into products that people love.

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We are in Good Company

What we do

JetRockets designs, develops, and supports custom software solutions that help clients transform their businesses and achieve their growth goals.

  • MVP Development

    We deliver responsive, high-quality MVP solutions that allow clients to test ideas, impress investors and attract customers.

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  • Continuous Improvement

    Whether it’s fixing bugs or updating code, our fully dedicated team is committed to finding ways to increase the productivity and value of the products and solutions we create.

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  • Turning Ideas Into Reality

    No idea is too small. No goal is too lofty. We help you hone your ideas, refine your goals and bring them to life.

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We build projects that deliver results. Period.

“I think that nobody in the history of humankind has ever launched an app like this in two months!”
Sid Shankar – Head of Product, Zumi (DVx Ventures)

How we work

We work in sprints to move through projects in the most efficient and effective way. Whether it’s turning an idea into an MVP or a long-term engagement, we take the most thoughtful and logical approach each and every time. Our project engagements typically start at 2-month intervals with biweekly sprints.

What we use

Unique Approach

Unlike our competitors, we don’t «lease» our developers. Instead, we cultivate our team and make sure that every single employee evolves professionally alongside the growth of our company. We are dedicated to growth, development, and constant progress for each of our employees.

“At JetRockets, we take great pride in ouremployees and the work they do.”
Natalie Kaminski – CEO, JetRockets

We love knowledge and sharing it!

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Why Leadership Is Emotional Labor

Leadership is a multifaceted skill. Depending on their context, a leader may have to perform administrative tasks, social activities, and even technical operations. Good leaders perform many different kinds of labor.

Although leadership is first and foremost a social role, it has often been forgotten that much of it entails emotional labor. Leaders are ultimately responsible for their organization's health, which requires cultivating practical attitudes in themselves and others.

Over the long term, the cost of emotional labor can add up. Managers experience burnout, fatigue, and depression from working themselves too hard. But there are several strategies that you can employ to prevent this from occurring.
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