Airbnb Ceo Went From $25,000 In Debt To Strolling A $30 Billion Employer

In New York, the co-founders would pretend they were professional photographers as a way to meet their customers.
So Joe and I would photograph homes until it was painful, then we get other photographers,” says Chesky.
Not long after, the Airbnb founding team was admitted to the start-up accelerator Y Combinator in Silicon Valley.
“That early adopter’s notebook of feedback ended up being the inspiration for the company’s product road map for what would become Airbnb.
“‘If we’re huge and we have millions of customers we can’t meet every customer.

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