Overcoming the odds of being a technical founder, bootstrapper and single founder to build a $10mill ARR SaaS business1 min read

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In this episode of The SaaS Revolution Show, Saravana Kumar, CEO & Founder of Kovai, speaks with SaaStock’s Alexander Theuma to deep dive into overcoming the odds of being a single, bootstrapped founder to build a successful SaaS business.

Saravana shares:

  • Why he’s made the choice to be all three
  • Which challenges he faced along the way and how he overcame them
  • Which aspects of the early-stage startup process he did not enjoy
  • How and why he could not hire the right people

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