Frank Truglio (@IamPeritus) is a serial entrepreneur and founder of a new website,, which connects creative pros with companies and agencies seeking talent. Peritus is unique in their use of technology, creating a detailed information profile for candidates in their database, and indexing creative pros based on their characteristics and experiences.

In this conversation, Frank discusses the founding of Peritus, how his team used off-the-shelf software to quickly build their first version, and how he keeps thing organized while developing in sprints and working double shifts.

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  • Peritus means “Skilled” in Latin
  • Peritus is an “invite-only platform”
  • Frank has spent the last few years working in ski & snowboarding retail
  • Peritus was created to solve the problem with seasonal and on-demand recruitment

“Partner with us when all your other options fail.”

—Frank Truglio

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  • Most recruitment websites are “repackaged job boards”

“We're a team of two, but we have the backing of 253.”

—Frank Truglio

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“Every new startup is a technology company operating within.”

—Frank Truglio

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“Get it out quicker than you can build it.”

—Frank Truglio

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  • Use APIs to integrate point-of-sales technology with your CMS and software
  • Don’t get buried in KPIs; find a few important ones to monitor
  • Create a Google Sheet to track your metrics; update monthly
  • Avoid Vanity Metrics
  • Regarding features, ask “Do we need this now?”
  • Use Zapier to stitch together various web apps and services
  • Use Agile Methodology & Sprints to develop features
  • Find your passion; no energy will come without passion


  • Continually update content on your site, adjust your AdWords
  • Wake up at 6, check the calendar to plan the day
  • Check email, but don’t let it derail the day
  • Chunk the day; interviews from 10-3, client discussion after that, then more email
  • Avoid coffee to keep energy constant; avoid spikes

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About the author: Prescott Perez-Fox

Prescott Perez-Fox is a New York-based graphic designer and brand developer with 17+ years experience in branding, packaging, graphic design, and web design. He runs The Busy Creator.

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