Read the story form the San Diego Union Tribune on how young web start-ups are doing to survive and flourish during the recession. TakeLessons was a featured company.
"The company started working out of Cox's house. It now has offices,
but not the $700 Aeron chairs that typified the excesses of the first
“Our plan is to preserve cash,” Cox said. “We work at tables that cost $20 at Staples.”
Cox said his business is growing, but he suspects growth would be faster in a better economy.
"Anyone who says they're not affected by the recession has their head in the sand," Cox said. "But if you're agile, quick, and can preserve cash, there can be advantages."