The Failory Podcast

Shutting Down a $80k/mo Dev Company and Building a Chess Tool, with David Kramaley of Chessable

from The Failory Podcast | Published 6/15/2020

David Kramaley (@simplydt) is the CEO and Founder at Chessable, a science-backed chess learning online tool. Prior to this, David was the founder of Sharkius, a social games development company. Under David’s words, this startup “grew too fast, too quickly” and despite it reached $80k/month, it shut down later on. In this episode of the Failory Podcast, find out what kinds of success and challenges this tech entrepreneur faced throughout the years of starting and scaling different projects.

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From large funding rounds, acquisitions, and a constant stream of success stories coming out of startups, it is often hard to see why almost 90% of them fail. The Failory Podcast dives deep on this notion and uncovers the lessons today’s successful founders learned at previous ventures so that you can avoid similar pitfalls and apply winning strategies to your business from the get-go.