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 experience of starting a SaaS company in Asia, and how he’s approached scaling across global markets. Scaling a start up is the top priority of all founders, but scaling across global markets comes with an entirely different set of challenges. From attracting investors to navigating different cultural norms, Jeffrey shares his lessons learned from literally taking a business from one side of the world to another.
Listen on to learn
- How Jeffrey balances being an introvert with the requirements of leading a 700+ person company
- The challenges of scaling a SaaS company across three different global regions – and what Jeffrey believes is most important for success.
- The two key lessons he’s learned scaling PatSnap over the last 11 years.
- And the key lessons he’s learned during the ongoing global pandemic, and how it’s changing the way he works as a CEO.