David Lubbat

David Lubbat’s unyielding passion for web development and computer software has played an influential role in just about every major decision the longtime resident of Houston, Texas, has ever made. For those who know David well, it was for this reason that his decision to found a company focused on web development and computer software hardly inspired much surprise, if any at all.  Lubbat Development is thus the product of David’s lifelong interest in web development and computer software, and clients of the company quickly discover the unmatched level of passion that animates David each and every day.

While David’s enthusiasm for web development and computer software stretches back for as long as he can remember, he was unsure of the influence it would ultimately have over his professional career. In fact, it was only during his first few years of college that he began to consider entrepreneurship as the best avenue for leveraging his exceptional talents as a web developer and computer software expert. It was during this time that David made the decision to dedicate himself to the rigorous study of entrepreneurship.

As David Lubbat continued to refine his skill set in HTML, CSS, PHP, and Javascript development while attending the University of Houston-Downstate as an undergraduate, he also sought out courses that would help him develop the initial entrepreneurial concept that ultimately became Lubbat Development. When he finally earned his degree from the University of Houston-Downtown, he felt such a strong sense of confidence in his entrepreneurial vision that he immediately founded Lubbat Development in Houston, Texas.

David’s confidence in his vision proved to be well placed. In the years since founding the company, David has overseen an impressive period of growth and has built a client base comprised of businesses of all sizes and representing a wide variety of industries.

1. What was your best/favorite subject in school?

I deeply enjoyed any subject that had even the slightest bit of relevance to web development and computer software, but I did well in school regardless of the subject.

2. What was your first job?

Other than part-time work and various summer jobs, my first job was running Lubbat Development, the web development company I founded.

3. Where and how did you first get into the industry you currently work in?

My interest in this industry goes back for as far as I can remember; I’ve always been interested in anything and everything related to computer software and web development.

4. How have those jobs prepared you for what you do now?

I believe my longstanding interest in software development and computer software, along with my academic coursework, played a far more significant role in preparing me to build such a successful business from scratch.

5. Describe the best day of work you’ve ever had.

In my line of work, every day always seems to be better than the last.

6. How do you keep yourself motivated?

I’ve never really felt like I needed to make any sort of conscious effort to stay motivated. I love doing what I do, and that’s always been more than enough for me.

7. What kind of business ideas excite you most?

The most exciting business ideas are the ones that successfully inspire creativity and innovation.

8. Have you ever tried any unorthodox techniques to attract attention to your business?

No, at least not yet anyway. We like to focus on showcasing the measureable value our services deliver to clients.

9. What personal achievement are you most proud of?

I’m most proud of committing to an ambitious entrepreneurial vision and seeing it grow into the successful company it is today.

10. What wisdom you would have liked to share with yourself when you first started out?

It would have been wise to be more aggressive in bringing on a greater number of staff members during our earliest stages. We actually had to limit the clients we accepted to avoid spreading ourselves so thin that it might harm our ability to live up to the lofty quality standards we expected of ourselves and the company.

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