I just read this on Seth Godin's blog
"The media and the tech blogs glamorize businesses that act big. They write about the big checks VCs hand out and they lionize the organizations that make a splash. The untold story is in the organizations that are close to the customer, close to the product and close to each other. Thinking small always pays off."
It's well worth reading his whole post.
I used to worry in London about being too small - at its largest my company employed 35 people. Now quite frankly I will be worried if we ever employ more than six (right now it's us two and Halina employed part-time). Small can be great. Collaboration, co-operation and focusing on what you really know how to do with excellence is the way to go.
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