And then finally the series C, for us, was like 100 percent what are the economics of the business,” Litt explained onstage last week at Tech in Asia Tokyo 2017.
It’s grown from 100 staffers in just the last 18 months.
In the past six years, the Vidyard founder has gone through many versions of himself.
“Reinvention of yourself happens frequently – for me it’s been kinda on a four or six-month cadence,” he explains.
“I was doing about 100 calls a day.”
All startups similarly change form over time, which Litt visualizes in an imaginary chart as he talks onstage with host James Riney, the boss of 500 Startups Japan.