Hire Slowly, Grow Slowly: How We Grew From 1 to 100 Employees

Aytekin Tank
Jan 8, 2018 · 7 min read
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The benefits of a slow-burn startup

1. You wear all the hats, and you learn how they fit

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2. You can learn and grow with your team

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3. You can develop an effective onboarding style

4. You can establish deep cultural roots

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5. You can cultivate strong, productive teams

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Slow team growth can be your competitive advantage

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Aytekin Tank

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Founder at www.JotForm.com || (contact: AytekinTank@JotForm.com)

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