Nick and his cofounders gave up their first startup idea, Shogun, to work on new projects together. Before they shut down their startup, they left it as a paid application on Shopify's ecommerce platform. Less than a year later, their app had risen from the dead, acquiring 400 users and $7,000 monthly recurring revenue! Nick and his cofounder Finbarr have resurrected the startup, and have new plans for their software.
What is Shogun?
Shogun is a powerful drag & drop page builder for any business website. Shogun makes webpage creation simple for non technical team members, and can easily integrate into any existing website.
Nick Raushenbush is co-founder of Shogun, a drag and drop page builder and editor for any website, and an Advisor at Bangkok based startup studio Santora Nakama. Before moving into tech, Nick co-founder and ran creative agency Glass & Marker, making online video content for tech companies like Google and Yahoo!, and startups launching out of Y-Combinator.
Event Detail :
Date : 14 December 2016
Time : 18.30-20.30
Ticket Fee : 250 baht (Food and Drink Included)
Place : DISCOVERY HUBBA
18.30-19.00 : Register
19.00-20.00 : 'How my startup came back from the dead'
by Nick Raushenbush
20.00-20.30 : Q&A
Please use public transportation because this event hasn't cover parking coupons.