Podcasts

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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Larry Gadea (Envoy): Building SaaS products for the post-COVID workplace

Larry Gadea, CEO and founder at Envoy is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. He founded Envoy in 2013 to start a ‘revolution for the workplace’. Envoy is building smart tools to help offices run more smoothly – like welcoming visitors, receiving mail, and booking meeting rooms. But a global pandemic that closes…

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From East to West: Taking your SaaS Startup Global with Jeffrey Tiong, PatSnap Founder and CEO

Jeffrey Tiong, CEO and founder at PatSnap is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. He was recently named as EY Entrepreneur of the Year, was one of our keynote speakers at SaaStock Remote, and has grown PatSnap to over 700 employees and raised over $100M in funding. In this episode he shares his…

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MonYAY: Dismantling the myth of hustle culture with David Heinemeier Hansson, co-founder of Basecamp

This extra-special episode of The SaaS Revolution Show comes straight from the online stage at SaaStock Remote. David Heinemeier Hansson, founder of Basecamp and Hey.com, talks to Christoph Janz about hustle culture in SaaS. Watch the video of this episode, or choose the audio-only version below: “Rest is for the weak”, “Rise and grind”, “You’ll sleep…

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Designing for quiet – in product and in business with Mathilde Collin, Front

This extra-special episode of The SaaS Revolution Show comes straight from the online stage at SaaStock Remote. Join Mathilde Collin, CEO and co-founder of Front, in conversation with Alyssa Newcomb, technology reporter for Today.com and NBC News, as they discuss designing for quiet in product and in business. Watch the video of this episode, or…

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Expanding into Europe: lessons for US SaaS startups with Stephen McIntyre, Partner at Frontline Ventures

Stephen McIntyre, Partner at Frontline Ventures is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Currently Partner at Frontline Ventures, Stephen was previously at Twitter and Google, before moving into VC. He was one of Twitter’s first employees outside of the US, and joined Google during a period of hypergrowth. He brings his experience as…

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Finding Product-Market Fit in the New Normal, with Des Traynor, Intercom

This extra-special episode of The SaaS Revolution Show comes straight from the online stage at SaaStock Remote. Join Des Traynor, co-founder of Intercom, in conversation with SaaStock CEO Alex Theuma to learn what Coronavirus means for product-market fit. Uncover the differences between nice-to-have software and must-have software, what that means for total addressable markets, and…

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Building a remote, profitable, transparent and sustainable company with Joel Gascoigne, CEO of Buffer

Joel Gascoigne, CEO and founder of Buffer is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Joel shares his top lessons learned over the past ten years building Buffer: a fully-remote, transparent and profitable business. From the early days and Buffer’s very first revenue, to splitting with his co-founders and taking on the role of…

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Helping sales teams hit quotas with AJ Bruno, founder and CEO of Quotapath

AJ Bruno, CEO and founder of Quotapath is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Currently founder and CEO of Quotapath, AJ was previously founder and president of TrendKite (acquired by Cision for $225 million). He built the sales function from the ground up and grew it $0-~$25 million ARR in four years, and…

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The power of analytics in times of crisis – and beyond with Amir Orad, CEO of Sisense

Amir Orad, CEO of Sisense is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Sisense is an industry-leading business intelligence company, with 800+ employees worldwide and over $100M in annual recurring revenue. While BI tools are often seen as enterprise tools, Amir discusses why even early-stage startups can benefit from business intelligence tools, and how…

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