The Hustle

The Hustle started out as a conference called Hustle Con. The idea was to create a less douchey TED-like event, mixed with the vibe of a Black Keys concert, but focused on non-technical founders. One guy said it was like a startup MBA in a day. To make Hustle Con happen, we created lots of funny and educational content to spread the word and get people to come. In the end we sold 600 tickets in 12 weeks without spending money on ads.

Since the last event, we’ve raised funding (even though we’re profitable) and are doubling down on content creation. Hustle Con will happen again (it’ll be WAY bigger) but until it does, we’re hiring a badass team of creatives to grow The Hustle, our new site that explores how young people around the world are hustlin’.

Company Growth (employees)
Type
Private
HQ
San Francisco, US
Size (employees)
19 (est)
The Hustle is headquartered in San Francisco, US

Key People at The Hustle

Sidd Finch

Sidd Finch

Writing
John Havel

John Havel

Armchair Quarterback
Kera Zacuto

Kera Zacuto

Director of Operations and Chief of Staff
Sam Parr

Sam Parr

Hustler

The Hustle Office Locations

The Hustle has an office in San Francisco
San Francisco, US (HQ)
1381 9th Ave

The Hustle Data and Metrics

Summary Metrics

The Hustle's latest funding round in March 2017 was reported to be $300 k. In total, The Hustle has raised $1.6 m

Traffic Overview of The Hustle

The Hustle Online and Social Media Presence

The Hustle News and Updates

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