Howdy and welcome again to Fairness, TechCrunch’s enterprise capital-focused podcast, the place we unpack the numbers behind the headlines.
We have now one thing a bit totally different for you this week. Fairness co-host Kate Clark lately sat down with Manish Chandra, the co-founder and chief government officer of Poshmark, and one among his earliest buyers, NFX managing accomplice James Currier.
For those who haven’t heard of Poshmark, it’s an internet platform for purchasing and promoting garments. Mainly, it’s the thrift store of the 21st century. We requested Chandra how he and co-founders Tracy Solar, Gautam Golwala and Chetan Pungaliya cooked up the concept for Poshmark, what bumps they confronted alongside the way in which, how they raised enterprise capital and, after all, what particulars of their upcoming preliminary public providing he might share with us. In the meantime, Currier dished concerning the firm’s early days, when the Poshmark group labored exhausting on the ground of Currier’s workplace.
Sadly, neither Chandra or Currier have been keen to share deets about Poshmark’s IPO, reportedly anticipated quickly. However they each shared attention-grabbing insights into constructing a profitable venture-backed firm, battling competitors and placing your finest foot ahead.
Glad you guys got here again for one more episode, we’ll see you quickly.
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