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Kate Kendall
Tech entrepreneur passionate about the . Founded & . Helping female founders via: . Running .
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Kate Kendall 21h
Replying to @rdutel @doist
Would love to see your afternoon and evening routine! Originally interpreted it as you stopped work at 1pm and thought that was badass. 🙌
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Hiten Shah Jun 16
Encouragement is more important than advice.
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Kate Kendall Jun 14
Congrats, Joel and team. 👏 Thread on transparent metrics and . 👉
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Ben Webster Jun 13
Counting down to ... thanks ... I'm so excited we have this in Aus now. Looking forward to meeting indy founders... hit me up if you'd like to catch up at the conference.
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Kate Kendall Jun 14
I used for managing my wedding in the US, which was led by our day-of wedding planner.
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Kate Kendall Jun 14
Chat to from . 🙌
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
Looking forward it and hope it becomes an annual event for the AU community. 🙌 It’s the first one so be warned: it might not be as top-notch as MicroConf is today. 😬 So pumped to hear from the speakers and grateful that people are getting behind it.
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
All the founders, who are independent Throw your hands up at me All the ‘strappers, who making money Throw your hands up at me All the self-funded, who profit dollars Throw your hands up at me...
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
This is amazing. 💃
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
Why, thank you! Personal website needs a bit of an overhaul. I’m also at as another example (eg. advisory page):
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
Noticed has started selling merch with “self funded” on it. Start of the company revolution. 🙌
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
Replying to @fox @IndieConfAU
Certainly and done! Thanks for educating and inspiring the community this there’s other ways to build companies, and as briefly offered earlier, would be great to have you along if you’re in Melbs.
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
Hopefully it will run again next year and you can share the Bolt story (including self funding lessons)! 🙌
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
Yes, exactly. I was saying that we don’t see many founders being transparent with revenue when it’s relatively low/new and I would to see more early metrics shared e.g. $100K ARR. I’m well, thanks. Running a conf on this topic in two weeks!
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Kate Kendall Jun 13
Replying to @adblanche
I do!
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Kate Kendall Jun 12
Thanks for sharing, Dan! I think it’s important early-stage founders share revenue stats too (like community) as it’s easy to share if you’re doing $1M+ ARR with a consistent growth rate. Also, revenue versus profit transparency is important for movement.
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Kate Kendall Jun 12
Replying to @dunkhippo33
I think founders know it’s a no if they haven’t heard back, and if they want feedback or a definitive answer will follow up repeatedly. Have you thought about assessing deals in batches? I know it won’t work for every deal (especially if hot) but a process/timeline could help.
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Kate Kendall Jun 12
This has been common at (and other freelance job boards) with impersonators trying to scam people. We do our best to verify but it’s getting rather sophisticated so if you’re a job applicant, please be on the lookout. A Google Hangout interview is a wanting sign.
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Kate Kendall Jun 12
Replying to @tylertringas
This is smart and healthy. 👏 I had one investor that kept calling at ~7:30pm on Friday nights. I’d be at dinner or having family time, and had to establish boundaries and swing things back to email. Unless you’re about to IPO or have a genuine emergency, some things can wait.
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DHH Jun 11
Yet certain valley folks are still just so SHOCKED that big tech is under heightened scrutiny. Why us? We are just ambitious nerds in hoodies! The majority of big tech is worth what it’s worth due monopolies, regulatory abuse, privacy invasion, and a laundry list of other ills.
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