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What we do

We help brands on Shopify sell subscriptions (+more in the future).

Company health

  • Founded: 2021
  • Funding stage: Seed ($8.4M)
  • Revenue stage: Series B ($5-10M annual run rate, 97% margins)
  • Team size: 44

Ways we stand out

  • "Regiciding" a $2.1B incumbent with PMF (ReCharge). Most customers come from ReCharge.
  • Transaction fee business model (1% + 20c on every order).
  • One of the best times to join in terms of risk/reward (post-PMF while still being pre-series A). Our 409A is still relatively low meaning options can be early-exercised cheaply (great for saving on taxes). QSBS still applies (also great for saving on taxes).
  • Backed by Y Combinator (if investors matter to you).
  • D2C/Shopify app ecosystem is low tech. Lots of low hanging fruit.
  • Minimal meeting culture. Make reversible decisions quickly. Make irreversible decisions less quickly. 15m meetings instead of 30m meetings. Good read on this here.

Values

  • Integrity. Always act like someone's watching.
  • Agency. We look for drivers over passengers (Frank Slootman). You run through walls to get things done & question how things can be better instead of going with the flow (too many people who go with the flow and we're going to be in a bad spot in 10 years).
  • Grind. We work long hours to be the best at what we do.
  • Hats. Wear many hats. No job is not your job.
  • Intent. Assume good intent (esp. w/ written communication). We're sensitive without walking on eggshells.

Great traits

  • Really good at something with high skill ceiling. Poker, piano, gaming, sports, past startup/project, anything.
  • High delta in circumstances & outcome. It's a pretty strong signal when you're able to do much better than most people in your shoes would do.
  • Adventure-driven. We're here to build a legendary company & make some fun memories (+hopefully lots of money).
  • EV-based decision-making. You look at how much X will help Y, the number of Y, and estimate how long X will take when deciding what to work on.
  • Autonomous. Can take vague requests and get them done without needing too much help.
  • Apolitical. Culmination of many points above. If you've experienced a political company culture and it killed you inside, then that's great (will do our best to make sure this never happens here).

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What we do

We help brands on Shopify sell subscriptions (+more in the future).

Company health

  • Founded: 2021
  • Funding stage: Seed ($8.4M)
  • Revenue stage: Series B ($5-10M annual run rate, 97% margins)
  • Team size: 44

Ways we stand out

  • "Regiciding" a $2.1B incumbent with PMF (ReCharge). Most customers come from ReCharge.
  • Transaction fee business model (1% + 20c on every order).
  • One of the best times to join in terms of risk/reward (post-PMF while still being pre-series A). Our 409A is still relatively low meaning options can be early-exercised cheaply (great for saving on taxes). QSBS still applies (also great for saving on taxes).
  • Backed by Y Combinator (if investors matter to you).
  • D2C/Shopify app ecosystem is low tech. Lots of low hanging fruit.
  • Minimal meeting culture. Make reversible decisions quickly. Make irreversible decisions less quickly. 15m meetings instead of 30m meetings. Good read on this here.

Values

  • Integrity. Always act like someone's watching.
  • Agency. We look for drivers over passengers (Frank Slootman). You run through walls to get things done & question how things can be better instead of going with the flow (too many people who go with the flow and we're going to be in a bad spot in 10 years).
  • Grind. We work long hours to be the best at what we do.
  • Hats. Wear many hats. No job is not your job.
  • Intent. Assume good intent (esp. w/ written communication). We're sensitive without walking on eggshells.

Great traits

  • Really good at something with high skill ceiling. Poker, piano, gaming, sports, past startup/project, anything.
  • High delta in circumstances & outcome. It's a pretty strong signal when you're able to do much better than most people in your shoes would do.
  • Adventure-driven. We're here to build a legendary company & make some fun memories (+hopefully lots of money).
  • EV-based decision-making. You look at how much X will help Y, the number of Y, and estimate how long X will take when deciding what to work on.
  • Autonomous. Can take vague requests and get them done without needing too much help.
  • Apolitical. Culmination of many points above. If you've experienced a political company culture and it killed you inside, then that's great (will do our best to make sure this never happens here).

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Everything else