How a Solo, Non-Technical Founder Created a 80-Person Startup

Arram Sabeti is the founder of ZeroCater, an 80-person startup that puts feeding your team on autopilot. Here's how it started with just a spreadsheet.

April 16, 2015

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It’s amazing how often soon-to-be founders become overwhelmed and try to focus on everything at once.Arram Sabeti, the founder of the 80+ person catering startup ZeroCater, is the perfect example of an early stage founder who focused like a mofo.

The first version of ZeroCater was a tiny spreadsheet that tracked his customer’s deliveries and meal preferences. It was dead simple, but it worked.

At Hustle Con, Arram will explain how to make decisions when you have too many choices. In the meantime, check this infographic explaining how he did it.

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