ust the strong Q1 results, but the Q2 guidance. Maybe you could give an update on your view of the full year topline growth rate because I know that something that you discussed in the past relative to your comments or maybe some moderating growth in the back half of the year observation on first half. Thanks.
Yes, I think the best way to look at the second half is probably moving closer to our traditional seasonality and that would be Q3 increasing over Q2 in the low teens and then Q4 dropping in the mid teens and that would you give you based off my guidance an indication of what the full year revenue number should look like.
* never quite finished CS degree at Harvard
* first startup went belly up
* next startup was photo sharing website
* then worked at CNET on photo sharing
* then started fitbit
Co-founder CTO was working also at CNET on photo sharing
It doesn't look like CEO has any extensive experience on running companies. Definitely no experience on running post startup stage companies.
In interviews after first earnings report, CEO looked extremely uncomfortable and inexperience. Did not answer questions well on future products. Or maybe there really isn't much in the pipeline
It doesn't look like the cofounders (CEO or CTO) have any technical background relevant to fitness bands. So where is the technical know how coming from? Or is there really nothing technically special or advantageous with fitbit?
How do you gain confidence that CEO will ensure this is not just a one hit wonder ... a flash in the pan?