Here’s my long-overdue quarterly update to close out our second year building Wavve.

December 16′

  • Continued fruitlessly to find product-market fit for the mobile app.
  • Reached the conclusion that radio is a dying industry and not the way forward for our business model.
  • Invested more time and energy into the experimental Wavvegram product.

January 17′

  • Decided to spin down the Delaware Corporation, Wavve Inc. This was due to a number of factors: no clear business model for our audio sharing platform, lack of growth needed to raise venture money, the administrative/franchise costs of a Delaware Corporation, etc…

February 17′

  • Tested different revenue drivers while trying to get a completely different product off the ground.
  • Made plans to start a new business that would be 100% bootstrapped and require less initial capital.
  • Received offer to sell most of our mobile app and some of our backend technology.

March 17′

  • Started prep work to get code and services ready for the sale.
  • Continued work building out Wavvegram infrastructure.
  • Launched Wavve, LLC with the goal of being a passive income business around our new bootstrapped product.