Building a remote, profitable, transparent and sustainable company with Joel Gascoigne, CEO of Buffer1 min read

Joel Gascoigne Buffer podcast

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 a solo founder, to his experience of and recovery from burnout, this extended episode is an open, honest and engaging conversation.

Watch the video of this episode, or choose the audio-only version below:

Listen on to learn:

  • How Buffer started as a remote organisation, at a time when no-one was doing remote work
  • How content marketing helped build the Buffer brand from year one
  • Joel’s experience of transitioning from co-founder to solo founder
  • And his experience of burnout and recovery

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