The Art of saying ‘No’ and still being Customer Centric1 min read

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The latest episode on the SaaS Revolution Show features Krish Subramanian, CEO of Chargebee as a guest!

Krish is in conversation with SaaStock’s Alex Theuma to discuss the ways to drive customer centricity but also being able to say ‘no’ when necessary. There needs to be a balance. He also discusses:

  • The growth of Chargebee since 2016
  • The micro-cultures that have formed in the team
  • The push past $10 million in ARR
  • Saying no to customers who are a wrong fit

and more!

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Krish will also be speaking at SaaStock EMEA Online 2021 on 12-14 October! Get your free tickets here: https://www.saastock.com/emea

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