The internet gives us the power to improve lives and change the world. We make digital human.
We never recommend something we ourselves wouldn’t do. If you need it, we’ll tell you straight out. If you don’t, we’ll tell you that too.
We lead with head and heart. We employ logic and emotion to excel and recharge in our professional and personal lives.
We invest in individuals and ideas that challenge the status-quo and transform the world by making an impact and profit.
We’re life-long learners driven by data who stand with one foot in the present and one in the future.
Our Co-Founders, Jamie & Jorge, are partners in business and life. They’ve joined forces to offer durable development and compelling copywriting in one superpower-pack for brands looking to disrupt their industry.
The power couple crossed paths in Madrid while Jamie was studying abroad.
While dating, they began combining their tech and creative skills through collaboration on freelance web projects. In November 2015 they took a leap of faith, co-founded HiSpire, and opened their virtual doors.
The #marriedpreneurs split their time between NYC and Madrid, Spain.
Jorge hails from Madrid, Spain. As a dedicated techie since he received his first computer at the age of 8 in 1994, he’s always been the go-to guy for all things tech. While he can help you with nearly any mechanical problem, his real passions lie in App Development, Virtual Reality, and Big Data.
When he’s not engrossed in lines of code, Jorge can be found shooting hoops in his backyard in Queens, cooking delicious Spanish tapas, or rocking out to Queen’s Bohemian Rhapsody.
Originally from Queens, New York, Jamie is a poet, world traveler and sheep-lover. After studying at St. Lawrence University, she transitioned her creative background in Writing and Spanish into writing for the web through content strategy. She went on to co-found HiSpire with her husband, Jorge.
When she’s not writing copy for other forward-thinking business owners, she can be found drinking a glass of Rioja and writing lines of verse in a nook in their summer cabin in The Poconos.