This startup does $10 million in annual revenue with almost no investor money — now it’s trying to reinvent how web design works (SHOP)
|03/21/2018||Posted by BusinessMediaguide.Com under General World News||
- Webflow, a break-even company that took relatively little venture capital financing, expects to reach a $20 million annualized revenue run rate this year.
- This week, Webflow unveiled a new tool to make it easier for web developers to set up online storefronts.
- The whole idea, says Webflow’s CEO, is that designers shouldn’t have to know how to code in order to get a business off the ground. And he says that it’s already helping one designer do the work of several.
Webflow is unusual among Silicon Valley startups. It’s only taken in a meager $2.9 million of venture capital money and read more >>>