Netcito started informally in 2007 when I joined forces with 4 friends to create a discussion group for entrepreneurs called Incito. We quickly grew to 10 people.
We thought that we were starting something new, but we soon found that we were following in the footsteps of a tradition embraced by titans such as Andrew Carnegie, Benjamin Franklin, and even Socrates. Many high-performing entrepreneurs and CEOs attribute their success to similar groups.
Incito was a transformative experience for me and my peers. Through monthly meetings, we gave form to great ideas, overcame challenges, and developed surprisingly close bonds with one another.
In 2011, I decided to create Netcito and establish it as a self-sustaining business. I have found that my participation as a group member has been one of the most personally rewarding experiences of my life. I hope that you find similar value.
– Peter Mellen, Founder