Wednesday, March 05, 2014

How to Take a Small Business and Turn It Into a Global Powerhouse Worth Millions

We all have dreams but how do you turn a dream into a reality? Take Huddle CEO Alastair Mitchell, who runs a company that went from being a British sensation to a global corporation over the past seven years.
Huddle is a business-grade tool for project management and document collaboration that started out small and now serves the likes of Kia Motors, Procter & Gamble, and arms of the U.S. and U.K. governments.
Back in 2007, Huddle was a bedroom startup with a team of two. (Note:  This is Mitchell's third Internet startup.)  How did it grow to more than 150 employees operating in four different cities and worth millions?

Read the entire article:  Going Global:  How Huddle Handled The Challenge

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