Tiffany is the CEO & Cofounder at Remix (remix.com), a collaborative software platform for 350+ cities to plan their mobility future. Remix is backed by Sequoia Capital, Y Combinator, and Energy Impact Partners.
Tiffany was a Fellow at Code for America, launched the UX practice at Zipcar, worked as an innovation consultant at Continuum, and wrote for Dwell. With a background in architecture and urban planning, she constantly thinks about how the built environment of our cities can be better designed for people and our planet.
Tiffany joins me today to discuss her start at Code for America and how she became a founder. Tiffany discusses her transition from design to sales and marketing to CEO especially with all of the challenges and heavy decisions during a pandemic.
“Can you get up and go to work everyday with a group of colleagues who care as deeply about the same things that you do?” -Tiffany Chu
Today on Startups for Good we cover:
The origins of Remix and the company’s evolution
What strong product-market fit looks and feels like
The fundraising options that Remix approached and the potential signaling
The ramifications and challenges of working with government agencies especially during COVID
How being a mission-driven company affects the culture of the company
How micro-mobility fits in with what cities are looking for
How to follow a very successful product launch with additional products
How Remix interacts with the open source community
Connect with Tiffany: On Twitter and Instagram @tchu88
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