Product Hunt Daily Digest
August 20th, 2020

From startup loft to unicorn 🦄

Today’s Daily Digest was crafted by Product Hunt and sponsored by our friends at Zendesk for Startups.

It wasn't that long ago that Zendesk was a startup. The company got its start in 2007 in a Copenhagen loft, armed with a mission to build software that would help other companies build a great customer experience through a simple set of support tools.

Now worth more than $9 billion the company's early years forged an identity that remains key to its culture today: Zendesk is still very much a startup at heart and wants to thank this community. With customers ranging from Uber and Airbnb to Calm and Limebike, Zendesk has helped hyper-growth companies start-up and scale their customer support.

The challenge:

It can be challenging for startups to build a customer support function from the ground up, especially because time and resources are limited for young companies.

The solution:

6 free months of Zendesk products 🙌🏻

Included in this package is access to Sell. Sell launched on Product Hunt 2 years ago marking its first step in Zendesk's plan to introduce technology for sales among its suite of products. Along with Zendesk's more widely known customer support tools, this package includes:

• Exclusive access to a community of founders and partners
• Curated customer experience resources, office hours with Zendesk experts and events
• Try any number of Zendesk solutions to trial with 0 risk

Note: You must be a new customer, have fewer than 50 employees, and have raised venture funding up to Series A

Zendesk products include Support, Guide, Chat and Talk options. While customer preferences are constantly changing — and consumers expect to be able to interact with brands across many channels — this suite of products gives startups what they need to grow an omnichannel customer experience at-scale.
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