Podcasts

Why do we quit our jobs with Phil Chambers, CEO of Peakon

This week Phil Chambers, CEO and co-founder of Peakon, is chatting to Alex Theuma on the SaaS Revolution Show, live from Slush 2019. They discuss Peakon’s latest report looking at why people leave their jobs. They discuss trends and common themes in employee attrition, the importance of your onboarding process, and the times and reasons…

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Lessons from scaling Europe’s fastest-growing SaaS company with Avi Meir, Travelperk

This week Avi Meir, CEO and co-founder of Travelperk, is chatting to Alex Theuma on the SaaS Revolution Show, live from Slush 2019. They discuss Travelperk’s journey to becoming the fastest-growing SaaS company in Europe. Avi shares his insights on building and scaling company culture, and how to maintain that as you scale into new…

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The Bumpy Road to Product-Market Fit with Peter Reinhardt, CEO of Segment

This week Peter Reinhardt, CEO and co-founder of Segment, is chatting to Alex Theuma on the SaaS Revolution Show, live at Slush 2019. They discuss the pivots and challenges Segment faced finding product-market fit – from Segment’s origins as a classroom learning tool to where it is today. As well as focusing on Segment’s journey…

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Revenue Operations with Jason Reichl, CEO of Go Nimbly

This week Jason Reichl, CEO of Go Nimbly, is chatting to Alex Theuma on the SaaS Revolution Show. Their conversation focused on revenue operations: how Go Nimbly is working to champion the operators in businesses – the people who influence so much revenue, but never get recognised for the role they play. Go Nimbly is…

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SaaS pricing and building a sales team with G2 co-founder Godard Abel and Accel partner Philippe Botteri [Live from SaaStock19]

This week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show is a live recording from SaaStock 2019. In this episode Philipe Botteri, partner with Accel, interviews G2 cofounder and chairman, Godard Abel. It was a really interesting conversation that followed Godard’s entrepreneurial journey from his first startup BigMachines, to founding and scaling G2. As an experienced entrepreneur…

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Product-Led Growth and Scaling Pendo with Co-founder Eric Boduch [Live from SaaStock19]

This week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show is a live recording from SaaStock 2019. We’re talking to Eric Boduch, co-founder and chief evangelist at Pendo. It was a great conversation in the middle of the show floor, on the Podcast Stage. We talked about product-led growth, scaling a massive company like Pendo, and how…

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Elias Torres - Live from SaaStock19

Crafting company culture by Elias Torres, CTO of Drift [Live from SaaStock19]

Today, the SaaStock Revolution Show is live from the exhibition floor of SaaStock19, this has been a record-breaking year for us and we have been getting amazing feedback already so if you didn’t make it, you have really missed out. Today our CEO Alex Theuma interviews Elias Torres, CTO of Drift – founded company with…

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Nailing Company Culture & Mission: How to Build an Environment Fit for Scale

Remember Enron? A company that went to the highest highs only to have a dizzying fall in 2007. One of the values that Enron had put on the wall was Integrity. In hindsight no one would associate Enron with anything remotely close to integrity. As you heard in the intro, how you reach your objective…

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Succeeding with sales from the start: the “2019 guide”

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we host Steli Efti, CEO and Co-Founder of Close about his new book on early-stage selling techniques for startups. If you have been in the SaaS space for a few years you have surely come across Steli at a conference somewhere. His signature talks – loud,…

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How to be a global company from day 1

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we host Rod Ardant, CEO and Co-Founder of Spendesk, about how to build a global company. An engineer by education, Rod always enjoyed building stuff and co-founded his first company, Wozaik, pretty much straight after college. In 2013 it was acquired and Rod started plotting his…

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