Podcasts

How asynchronous communication will transform your remote work with Amir Salihefendic, CEO at Doist

Amir Salihefendic, CEO and founder at Doist is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Doist is a remote-first, fully-bootstrapped company – and has been for 10 years. Amir shares his advice for adopting and adapting to asynchronous communication – and how that can help your team master the shift to remote work. He…

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Adapting your marketing in times of crisis with Lorena Morales, Go Nimbly

Lorena Morales, VP of Marketing at Go Nimbly is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. In this episode she shares her experience as a marketing leader, including why Go Nimbly’s marketing doesn’t focus on lead generation – and how that’s all changed with COVID-19. Jason Reichl, CEO of Go Nimbly joined the podcast…

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How startups can grow from a single-product to a multi-product company with Jeff Titterton, CMO, Zendesk

Jeff Titterton, CMO at Zendesk is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. In this episode he shares his experience of growing from single-product to multi-product companies – based on his time at Zendesk to date, and previously in senior leadership positions at Adobe. He also discusses what’s important for marketers in times of…

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Building the sales function at a growing SaaS company with Javier Darriba, CEO, Bloobirds

Javier Darriba, CEO and co-founder at Bloobirds is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Javier is a serial entrepreneur: he previously co-founded UserZoom, one of the most successful SaaS companies to come out of Spain – and is now looking to repeat that success with Bloobirds. Sales is his specialism, so this is…

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The ROI of a CSM with David Apple, Head of Customer Success and Sales, Notion

David Apple, Head of Customer Success & Sales at Notion (and former VP of Customer Success and Sales at Typeform) is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. In this episode he shares his experience building out the customer success function at two top SaaS companies: Typeform, and now Notion. He was the first…

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The Power of Product-Led Growth with Wes Bush

Wes Bush, Principal at Product-Led Institute and author of ‘Product-Led Growth‘ is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. In this episode he gives us an introductory masterclass on one of the hottest trends in SaaS right now: product-led growth. He explains why adopting a product-led growth model can be especially helpful for startups…

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Scaleup lessons at Series D and beyond with Eric Santos, CEO, Resultados Digitais

Eric Santos, CEO and founder of Resultados Digitais (RD) is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. He shares his learnings from raising their series C and D rounds of funding, including how the company’s growth strategies have developed during that time. Listen on to learn: What the CEO role is like at a…

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Lessons from building and scaling 4 Sequoia-backed businesses with Andy Byrne

Andy Byrne, CEO and founder of Clari is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Clari is his fourth Sequoia-backed business, and has just raised its Series D. Andy shares his lessons from building and scaling four Sequoia-backed businesses, right from the early stage of getting from $0-1M, all the way up to scaling…

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You Mon Tsang on customer success, plus ChurnZero’s remote work framework

You Mon Tsang, CEO and founder of ChurnZero is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. This episode is a 2-4-1: in the first half he focuses on how early stage SaaS companies can build out their customer success function. Then in the second half he shares ChurnZero’s framework for rotational remote work, balancing…

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Lessons from growing from $10M to $20M ARR in just 12 months with Mikael Thuneberg, Supermetrics

Mikael Thuneberg, CEO and founder of Supermetrics, is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. He shared the incredible story of how Supermetrics grew from $10M to $20M ARR in just twelve months, and what the main levers were to drive their revenue growth. From marketing and sales activities, to product and pricing details,…

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