Affinity Amp executives planned to hire a dozen or more workers in 2012. Instead, they let four people go between June and August.
CEO and co-founder Brian Sevy cited problems with investment funding and responded with changes in strategy.
“Based on the number of people that we had, it probably grew a little too quickly,” Sevy said.
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