Jan 31, 2018
You might know Cards Against Humanity as profane, dark and politically tinged party game. You might also know it for its pranks, like the Super Bowl ad that featured only a potato with the word “advertisement” written on it. But you might not know the company funds a scholarship for women pursuing STEM careers and has raised millions for causes like internet privacy and government transparency. It might also surprise you that CAH for many years was run by 8 friends-turned-founders who kept their day jobs while running the card game as a sidehustle. Today we’ll talk to two of its founders, Ben Hantoot and Max Temkin, on their unique approach to running a company.