World Book Day 2021 – Readable’s team picks
This year's World Book Day theme is 'share a story'. Our team of book lovers is doing just that, answering some questions about their recent reads.
Natasha will help you make your content succeed
Natasha shares her thoughts on joining the Readable team and the importance of clear communication.
A year at Readable — Laura’s 2019 recap
This year has flown by and it's hard to believe it's nearly over. Laura sums up her first year at Readable and what we've been up to in 2019.
6 things I’ve learned from 6 months in customer success
It’s hard to believe I’ve already been a Customer Success Champion at Readable for half a year. What have I learned so far from managing customer success for a SaaS?
Festive children’s books we love
As we move toward the middle of December – already! – we’re thinking about festive children’s books we adore, from their stories to their wonderful illustrations. After all, children’s books are the most readable of all, and we’re all about encouraging children’s early learning.
Joining the readable.io team
I’ve always felt a sense of renewal as a new year approaches. This year, I’m excited to say I start my new role as customer success champion for Readable.
SaaStock18: a wealth of learning and good craic
We joined 3,000 SaaS startups at SaaStock18, in Dublin last week, to share knowledge, be inspired and be motivated. It’s fair to say, we were not disappointed and arrived back home in Brighton with a tonne of great ideas. Along with a hangover or two…
Behind the scenes: Why we do what we do
Your work is a huge part of your life. To truly achieve the best you can, you need to enjoy what you are doing. At readable.io, we are fortunate to love what we do.
Music to write to
Creating content while listening to music goes hand in hand. We’ve pulled together an eclectic playlist of chilled out music, with laid back beats, that help our creative process. Hopefully, it will help you too.
Joining the readability movement
January, the start of a new year and the start of a new adventure for me as Chief Marketing Officer for readable.io.
We support read aloud
Reading aloud to children is strongly correlated with better education outcomes – or, to put it another way, the kids that top the class are far more likely to have been read aloud to by their parents.