Talking About Scaling up, This is How Commonfloor Managed it [UnPluggd]

In their first year CommonFloor voluntarily ignored funding. For three years between 2009 and 2011, the company functioned with a team of 20, mostly interns.
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vikasmalpani_commonfloor_cofounder2012 May : was 70 people. April 2014 : 800.

The company has gone through several experiments, pivots and has been gaining ground. Recently Commonfloor raised 64 Crores in Series D.

In their first year CommonFloor voluntarily ignored funding. For three years between 2009 and 2011, the company functioned with a team of 20, mostly interns.

Eventually, CommonFloor became one of the startups that not only beat the recession, but used it to its advantage.

In fact, CommonFloor’s culture of saving saw it through the first year of operations, and subsequently caught the interest of the startup ecosystem. [Read : Commonfloor Journey : Frugal, Trumped Recession & Growth!].

Watch cofounder, Vikas Malpani share Commonfloor journey at UnPluggd, India’s biggest startup conference

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