Hubstaff Public Dashboard: A remote startup’s journey from $0 to $11,000/mo

Josh Pigford on August 11, 2014

Dave and Jared started Hubstaff nearly two years ago and have finally started getting some traction on revenue. They manage a team of over a dozen folks to help build their business and have learned quite a bit along the way.

“Time tracking” is an extremely crowded space, yet they’ve managed to build a $140,000 business in a relatively short amount of time!

Check out their entire public dashboard:

Hubstaff are part of the growing movement for transparency among entrepreneurs. We’re happy to be a part of that. You can view the public revenue dashboards of 5 different startups now, with more on the way…

If you use Stripe and want easy, zero-setup, one-click analytics like what you see on Storemapper’s dashboard, check out Baremetrics. I think you’ll like it.

Josh Pigford

Josh is most famous as the founder of Baremetrics. However, long before Baremetrics and until today, Josh has been a maker, builder, and entrepreneur. His career set off in 2003 building a pair of link directories, ReallyDumbStuff and ReallyFunArcade. Before he sold those for profits, he had already started his next set of projects. As a design major, he began consulting on web design projects. That company eventually morphed into Sabotage Media, which has been the shell company for many of his projects since. Some of his biggest projects before Baremetrics were TrackThePack, Deck Foundry, PopSurvey, and Temper. The pain points he experienced as PopSurvey and Temper took off were the reason he created Baremetrics. Currently, he's dedicated to Maybe, the OS for your personal finances.