Heroic Pilot


Our mission is to help you reach your financial freedom and get more out of life. One small but important step to this is getting your website heading in the right direction.

We have been running a project called Prestabuilder.com for the past 6 years. It’s helped thousands of people build their own successful ecommerce stores.

In that time we’ve seen hundreds of eshops repeating the same mistakes – only because the owners were not aware of them.

How do we help?

By giving you recommendations on…

  • How to improve your website to get a better search engine ranking. More interested visitors = more sales
  • How to improve the user experience on your website
  • How to communicate effectively on your social networks
  • What tools to use to save time and increase efficiency
  • How to set up services that require more technical knowledge

Our secondary goal is to make you as independent as possible. That means we will always give you an explanation as to WHY on all our recommendations.

Who is Heroic Pilot?

YOU. You are the heroic pilot.

You are running a business with the vision to grow, provide great value for your customers and get yourself more freedom in your life. You don’t like limits set up by others. “Normal” isn’t your style.

You fly solo or with your team of visionaries, overcoming obstacles and inching towards your goals every day.

It takes courage, vision, persistence and commitment. All the characteristics of heroic pilots of old.

Who is behind this project?

Andrej Staš is the founder of Heroic Pilot.

He’s been involved in web development for over 10 years and directly helped to build a large number of website as a programmer, designer or project manager. But also indirectly by providing a tool (Prestabuilder.com) to create customized themes for Prestashop eshops that have been used by thousands of people all over the world.

Over the years he’s gained knowledge from various areas – programming, designing, SEO, marketing, copywriting. Having this view allows him to see websites as a whole instead of focusing only on one aspect.