Today marks my 7-year anniversary at Tito. I’m not actually counting the days: this was pointed out by a colleague who got one of those LinkedIn notifications.
Apparently 7 years ago I was also on LinkedIn.
Moving swiftly on, it happens to be Thanksgiving today. Not something we Europeans celebrate, but a bit of a coincidence, given the particular bout of warm fuzzies I’m feeling.
Nostalgia all the way today.
Anyway, back to Tito, we still get called a “start-up”. That really isn’t the case anymore. But I do feel there’s an automatic association between “small” and “young” companies.
No. We’ve been around for a while. We are small because we choose to be. Because we’re bootstrapped.
Fuck unicorns. Fuck exponential growth.
I want a company that can survive small. That is calm. That isn’t constantly chasing growth or an acquisition. I want Tito to be a model for other companies to look to and realise it doesn’t have to be the Silicon Valley way.
Here’s to another seven years.