Sometimes Slowing Down Is The Fastest Way For A Startup To Grow

Small businesses and entrepreneurs are relying on rapidly configurable applications to provide critical services and products to their customers and users. Amelia Friedman, 26, and Param Jaggi, 24, started Hatch Apps three years ago to meet the needs of small businesses and entrepreneurs. Hatch Apps is a platform that enables these customers to build applications without knowing how to code. The D.C.-based startup completed the Y Combinator Fellowship program in the summer of 2016 and has raised a total of $2.2 million from a group of angel investors, Revolution’s Rise of the Rest Seed Fund and Morgan Stanley’s Multicultural Innovation Lab.

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Amelia Friedman (right) and Param Jaggi (left), cofounders of Hatch Apps.

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Forbes Under 30 Contributor, 2016 LinkedIn Top Voice, Venture Fellow at Rough Draft Ventures

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