We decided Canny would be a self-serve product and focus on small to mid-sized companies. Here’s why we’re saying no to big customers.
About Canny and our adventures in bootstrapping a startup
It’s been two years since we launched Canny. Here are some lessons from this past year and how you might apply them to your company.
Being able to articulate thoughts in a concise, easy to understand way is a practiced skill. The only way I’m going to get better at it is by doing it. Here are some things I’m doing to be a better writer this year.
Two years ago, Sarah quit her comfortable desk job at Facebook. Here are some things she learned along the way.
Being able to hire someone with our hard-earned revenue is very rewarding. But it’s not easy! Read about our experience and takeaways from growing our team.
Whether you’re living in a big city, traveling, or something in between, you don’t need an office to be productive. Here are some tips for productivity without an office.
It’s officially been a year since we launched our SaaS startup, Canny. We’re proud of how far we’ve come, but we’d definitely do some things differently. Here are the highlights of our journey so far, and some of our biggest learning lessons.
It’s been seven months since we launched our SaaS startup and we’re ramen profitable. Canny makes enough to pay for its own expenses and our personal living expenses. This is far less money than we made working at Facebook, but a huge milestone for our bootstrapped startup.