Podcasts

What does the future hold for the subscription economy? with Tien Tzuo, Zuora

Tien Tzuo (CEO, Zuora) joins Alex Theuma on The SaaS Revolution Show. They’re looking at what the future holds for the subscription economy. Tien also shares how he prioritises learning, to become the best CEO he can be, as well as the biggest lessons he’s learned from this challenging year. Tien is one of the…

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Sean Ellis: How to rapidly scale growth

Sean Ellis (author of Hacking Growth, marketing and growth leader at 5 billion-dollar companies: Dropbox, LogMeIn, Uproar, Eventbrite, and Lookout) joins Alex Theuma on The SaaS Revolution Show. They’re talking how to rapidly scale growth – from when is the right time for a startup to really focus on ‘growth’, to how to create a…

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Seed funding: past, present and future with Reshma Sohoni, Seedcamp

Reshma Sohoni is Founding Partner at Seedcamp. Seedcamp invests early in world-class founders attacking large, global markets and solving real problems using technology. In this episode of The SaaS Revolution Show she joins SaaStock’s Alex Theuma to share how Seedcamp’s investment strategy has developed since they started (thirteen years ago!), and how the funding environment…

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Does your marketing team need to re-think collaboration? with Xenia Muntean, Planable

Xenia Muntean, founder of Planable, joins Alex Theuma on The SaaS Revolution Show. Planable is a content review and marketing collaboration platform. She was on the Forbes 30 under 30 list for 2019, and for the past four years, she has worked with hundreds of marketing teams, helping them collaborate efficiently from across the room…

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Finding Go-to-Market Fit with Frederik Groce, Storm Ventures

Frederik Groce is a Principal at Storm Ventures and a co-founder at BLCK VC. Storm Ventures is an early stage B2B focused venture firm that specialises in building enterprise leaders. BLCK VC was formed to connect, engage, empower, and advance Black venture investors by providing a focused community built for and by Black venture investors….

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From product / market fit to business model / market fit with Mikael Johnsson, Oxx

Mikael Johnsson is General Partner at Oxx. Oxx backs Europe’s most promising B2B SaaS companies at the scale-up stage. In this episode of The SaaS Revolution Show he joins SaaStock’s Alex Theuma to give a detailed look at the types of companies Oxx invests in, the one common theme he sees in companies that have…

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Max Altschuler: Selling in the post COVID world: What to expect next

Max Altschuler is the CEO and Founder of Sales Hacker, the leading publication for B2B salespeople. In this episode of The SaaS Revolution Show he joins SaaStock’s VP of Sales Will Brightling to discuss the changes you can make to your sales process to iterate and show empathy in the face of a global pandemic,…

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Patrick Arippol: The global fundraising landscape is changing: Communicate the metrics that matter

Patrick Arippol (Founding Partner, Alexia Ventures) leads an informative conversation with Thomas Preuss (Partner, DTCP), Michiel Kotting (General Partner, Northzone) and Pascale Diaine (Principal, Storm Ventures). This talk was recorded at SaaStock Remote. Watch now or listen to the audio-only version below: As more and more investors look into SaaS than ever before, especially in…

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Mischa Rürup: The growth of privacy tech and the opportunity for Usercentrics

Mischa Rürup, CEO and founder of Usercentrics is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. He joins Alex Theuma to share his experience of building Usercentrics, the growth of privacy tech, and taking part in the SaaStock Remote Startup Pitch Competition earlier this year. Listen on to learn: How embracing the fully-remote setup has…

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Saravana Kumar (Kovai): Bootstrapping a multi-product company to $10million ARR

Saravana Kumar, CEO of Kovai is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. He joins Alex Theuma to share his experience of bootstrapping Kovai – a multi-product company – to $10 million ARR. Kovai currently employs 160 people, with offices in India and the UK. Listen on to learn: Why Kovai chose to bootstrap…

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