TLND: Forbes article…

I thought that this was the most interesting part of the article:

“Our investor base was European,” said Tuchen, “and they wanted for us to come up with the right metrics before providing more funding."

Of course, this was very different from the typical approach of Silicon Valley, which often involves continued massive investments in sales and marketing – even at heavy losses. It’s about growth for growth’s sake.

But for Tuchen, this seemed counterintuitive. Why not instead build a company that has premium growth (at 40%+) but can be cash flow positive?