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#31 Stephanie Dua, President of Homer: The Power of Subscription Businesses

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EPISODE 31: Guest: Stephanie Dua, President of Homer. What they do: Homer's apps and early learning program is aimed primarily at young kids. Their reading apps are currently the most popular for children under age five in the U.S. App Store. Funding raised: More than $100M. Key insights shared by Stephanie: How did she transition from running NYC's Fund for Public Schools to becoming an entrepreneur and building a VC-backed company? Why does she distinguish between the user and the consumer? What did they do early on to generate earned marketing? What's so special about subscription businesses? How did they acquire their first set of customers and built a partnership with Apple? SUBSCRIBE TO THE PODCAST: Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify or your favorite podcast app Leave a review Share the show on social media with your friends and family LISTEN TO THE BREAKOUT STARTUPS PODCAST: Apple Podcasts Spotify Overcast Google Podcasts Youtube Stitcher Show website FOLLOW TOMER ON SOCIAL MEDIA: Twitter Medium blog


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