On a scale of 1 to 5, where 1 is “not at all important” and 5 is “most important”, how big of a factor was cost when you reviews from startup founders

131 reviews by founders
April 28, 2016

Cost is definitely very important for us as a bootstrapped company. I would rank it as a 3, but first and foremost, the quality of the product has to be top of the line and handle everything we need it to do.

Tom Fang

Founder & CEO - iPyxel Creations

March 31, 2016

You don't yet know the value of things, so you try to learn how to do things effectively so you don't your blow money. It’s nice when there’s a 3 month trial period for a tool. You get hooked in, you figured it out and you’re happy to spend money on it. A lot of the stuff we’re using we got lucky finding them. When we found Blossom, we got to try it out for free for 3 months. Now that we have funding and know what works and doesn't, we’re more open to spend the money upfront if we haven’t tried it because we’ve learned from other tools and can see if it will be a fit quickly.

Christine Carrillo

Co-founder & CEO - Impact Health

March 19, 2016

2. It's more about efficiency than cost.

Mathieu Lhoumeau

Co-founder & CEO - Concord

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