Hunter Walk and HomeBrew are awesome for the investor ecosystem. He speaks truth on a variety of subjects…even if it means shushing other VCs.
His latest, on the topic of small teams and small businesses, went like this:
“The profitable seventeen person company with an enterprise value of $20 million, 90% owned by its founder? That’s awesome even if you’ll never read about them in TechCrunch.”
We love that.
The economy is predominated by “lifestyle” businesses whose numbers are growing. The majority of the workforce is employed by these companies. So here’s to the “little guy”, and to building for the “little guy.” Big enterprises and ad tech shouldn’t be the only ones with awesome tools that are simple and usable.
(Link to full post here)