LearnThe Figures Behind The Top Web Apps

Ryan
writes on March 12, 2007

We had our panel today at SXSW and I think it went really well. Read/Write web has a good write-up (thanks guys).
Feel free to download the slides. There’s tons of interesting financial info.
Sorry for the short post, but I’m off to the bazillion parties tonight! 🙂

0 Responses to “The Figures Behind The Top Web Apps”

  1. Thanks Rob! Gill (my wife) did a lot of the hard work to help me prepare 🙂

  2. I found a lot of the panels this year to be very hit and miss. Your panel was one of the best. You did an amazing job of keeping it moving forward. Thanks for the time that you clearly invested in your panel.

  3. Ryan,

    Thanks for posting your figures. It’s pretty rare that companies actually reveal their inner financial workings. It really helps out new entrepreneurs get a sense of the reality of running a web company, you know, like the fact that it costs money to maintain your service. You rock!

  4. You know i would have thought that they would have detailed earnings.

    Bit of a cop out to go on a panel about figures and not give earnings.

    Kudos to you Ryan for having a backbone and getting into the spirit of the thing.

  5. Nice slides Ryan. Very insightful. Keep’em coming!

  6. I guess I should ask them, but how on earth did Wasabe get away without paying a lawyer to at least advise on a site that deals with people’s vital personal finance info.?

  7. Does the hat go everywhere you do? Whatâ€s itâ€s name and where did you get it?

    My nifty little hat is from Venice. I love it! I’ve also got a Borsalino (which is more dressy).

    Thanks for the slides Ryan, couldnâ€t make it to this, also look forward to audio from the event.

    No problem Sam 🙂

  8. Thanks for the slides Ryan, couldn’t make it to this, also look forward to audio from the event.

  9. Does the hat go everywhere you do? What’s it’s name and where did you get it?

  10. This is one panel I would have really enjoyed. I hope to hear an mp3 of the panel via the SXSW podcast feed.

    Enjoy the parties.

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