Co-founder & CTO of HubHaus, Forbes 30 Under 30. Also: early-stage startup enthusiast, tech junkie, B2C obsessed. Who, if not the customer?
Google's motto is to build for 10 million users, but at what stage is that applicable? Reddit rewrote everything from the ground up 3 times in its first 5 years. What's the best way to prepare for growth?
I've seen hundreds of pitch decks and helped HubHaus raise Seed and Series A funding from major VCs, I can help give feedback and direction on content, length, and presentation.
You have so much you can concentrate on in the early days, but only a few things make a difference. First users, company culture, pitching, product creation -- how do you prioritize or do all at once?
There are tens of thousands of advisors, books, conferences, and other resources for CEOs, but very few for CTOs. After being a CTO multiple times, talking with many others, and being under one myself, there is so much I wish I had known.