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In its first year, Witchsy has sold about 0,000 worth of this art, paying its creators 80% of each transaction and managing to turn what Dwyer says is a small profit.
Evidently, email-based sexism in the workplace is something that resonates with more than a handful of people.
Gazin and Dwyer have retired Keith for now, but they concede that they can see a role for him in Witchsy’s future.
But we were like, you know what, this is clearly just part of this world that we’re in right now.
We want this and want to make this happen.”The imaginary startup entrepreneur Keith Mann will come as little surprise to many women who have worked in tech (not to mention other industries), or anybody who has been keeping up with the news out of Silicon Valley lately.