Our founder Tim Westergren is speaking at Hustle Con in San Francisco this month. Hustle Con invite founders of successful startups to present to would-be entrepreneurs and claim that Tim “has the most outlandish founder story they’ve ever heard.”

Here’s what they designed to visually describe the journey of Pandora.

The Story Of Pandora Infographic

To see more or buy tickets click here to go to the Hustle Con original story.

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  1. Leslie Stockton
    April 07, 2015 at 1:53pm
    I am not a proponent of Infographics, but guy's i must say this is an excellent one. Easily read and understood!! kudos to you all i am sharing this all over .. :) excellent .. i wish i were a fly on the wall listening to him at Hustlecon :) lol lol Have a great rest of day :) and thank u Pandora ..
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  2. Mike watson
    April 21, 2015 at 9:48am
    I wish you would stop fixing things that aren't broken. I get so many sides that have nothing to do with the type of music on the station I created that it sometimes make me crazy. In the past when that happened I could simply transfer to a second station into which that odd choice fit very nicely. That option seems to be gone. Please bring it back. As of now all I can do is thumbs down (not good, might preclude hearing that cut on the station created for it) of fast fwd. Not good you don't allow many fast forwards before you stop honoring them. Royalty questions if I recall correctly. The above not withstanding keep up the good work. I do enjoy 99.5% of my time on the station.
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