@nderic Even though we’ve raised some funding early on in our journey as a company, I’m happy to say that we’ve retained 100% of the control of the company - and we’re not reliant on or beholden to any investors
Webflow is a very stable and growing business (we can operate for decades without any additional outside investment), in very large part because of this awesome community and our wonderful and loyal customers who choose to place their trust in our hands. We take this responsibility very seriously, and our goal is to build a company that is around many decades from now which empowering tens (if not hundreds) of millions of people to create for the web.
We’re not looking for any quick flip or exit (believe me, we’ve had plenty of opportunities), because we feel that would fundamentally reduce the long term future potential of what we’re trying to build. And since we’re able to finance our operations, significantly expand our platform’s capabilities (Ecommerce, etc), and do all that on our own terms by partnering with our community and customers – why wouldn’t we? Very few businesses are able to be in the position we are in, and it’s not a privilege we take for granted.
In other words, Webflow is not going anywhere, so you’ll have to put up with us for a long time to come!