Juno (formerly Scribe) is currently in Level 10 // Inbound Marketing with The Startup Collaborative. Please read co-founders Ross and Jesse Harding of Juno’s most recent growth highlights, lessons learned and what early 2020 looks like.
1) What are your most recent wins to highlight?
Ross and Jesse Harding: We launched Scribe in October and immediately started working on bugs and usability issues that we uncovered with the help of our early customers. Our onboarding is getting a complete overhaul and improving the user experience has been our primary focus heading into the new year.
2) Over the last few months, what have you learned and what has growth looked like for Scribe?
Ross and Jesse Harding: Since we launched we’ve been adding new occasions—Christmas, Hanukkah, Valentine’s Day—as they arise. We’ve also added some new artists to our roster including Rifle Paper Co. from Winter Park, FL.
The biggest lesson we’ve learned is the importance of staying close to our customers (specifically our target customers) and letting them help guide the direction of the company.
3) How do you foresee 2020’s runway?
Ross and Jesse Harding: In 2020 we’ll be announcing our brand and name change to Juno. We loved Scribe, but felt that a company all about relationships should have a more personal, friendlier name. Once the new brand is live we’ll be going all-in on our PR push and advertising efforts. 2020 is going to be all about growth!