How Pandora Does It

It took a long time for Pandora to be a successful, publicly-traded company. 7 years, in fact. Here's how it all got started and the long road to get there.

How Pandora Does It
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Tim Westergren, the founder of Pandora, has the most outlandish founder story I’ve ever heard.

He founded Pandora when he was 35. Before that, he was a hippy, manny (male nanny) and part-time music composer.

At Hustle Con, Tim’s gonna teach two things:

  • How to build a rock-solid company culture
  • When you know it’s time to pivot your startup

If you wanna come to Hustle Con and meet Tim, click here to get your ticket.

And if you can’t make it, that’s cool too. We’re giving away the Hustle Con videos for free a few weeks after the event. So if you’re a strapped-for-cash founder, save your money and grow your business. Hopefully you can make it out next year.

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