Growth Story: How Kano hired its way to creating an insanely captivating DIY computer for kids

Growth Story is a new 4-question format we’re doing about startups finding and influencing a defining metric that helped to really grow their company. We had an inspiring chat with Alex Klein, CEO and founder of Kano, a company that builds computer and coding kits for kids of all ages. Kano’s winning metric? Hiring interdisciplinary coders who could help keep kids really engaged on their self-made computers. This is his story, use it to your advantage. The company “Kano is a new kind of computer company. We create computers that you build and code yourself like Lego. They’re connected by…

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