Airtable's power comes from the automations you can build on top of a relatively dumb collaborative database. In this post, we're going to go into expl…
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Dear all, February was a very interesting month for us. We had three customers churn, we signed two more customers, we continued to hire more people, a…
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One of the biggest challenges in starting a company is figuring out how to execute your vision. Specifically, even if you're one of the lucky ones to h…
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Dear all, We completed our first year at Remotely! You can read about our yearly review in our substack newsletter. In the last month of the fiscal yea…
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As Remotely Works turns one, we're taking a look back to see what we've accomplished, what we've learned, and what conclusions we've reached that may b…
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Dear all, We did pretty well in December. We've had a great month placing talent, as well as closing new and incremental business. We exit the year wit…
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Dear all, October was a great month, and November did not disappoint either. We managed to get a lot done and we're starting to see the goals we set fo…
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Of all of the strategic decisions in a startup, pricing is one of the most interesting and elusive to master. We've made so many mistakes, and learned …
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Dear all, October was a great month for us. We were able to generate new sales opportunities, place more people in our existing customers, close new cu…
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Investor updates can be particularly interesting when you don't accomplish what you thought you would. We failed to hit our goals in September, and fur…
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