This is an episode for: Fans of "How I Built This" & Canva.
Mikey and Bethany discuss Guy Raz’s interview with Melanie Perkins, CEO & Co-founder of Canva, on NPR’s How I Built This.
Dubbed “The People’s Photoshop”, Canva started with the idea to make school yearbook design more accessible and more collaborative. We are incredulous with how ambitiously this young founder went after big name investors—FAST. Literally. There was kite-surfing involved.
Making everyday design needs for non-profits, resumes, or, ya know, your dog’s birthday party invite available to create for little to no cost, Canva has changed the game for design software.
Most importantly, Mikey and Bethany determine what Melanie’s pitch “walkout music” would be. Take a listen.
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