Airtable, valued at $1.1 billion, is carving out a new product category that could compete with cloud computing in value. The founder of Airtable, Howie Liu, joins Azeem Azhar to discuss what creating a new market category looks like in practice.
They also discuss:
- How Airtable is democratizing software development.
- Why investors were initially skeptical, and how Howie got them on board.
- How Airtable treats its competition, including the tech giants.
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