Second time CEO: Lessons in building Pitch vs 1st time round with Wunderlist1 min read

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In this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, SaaStock’s Alexander Theuma is in conversation with Christian Reber, CEO & Founder of Pitch, to share lessons he’s learnt when building Pitch, compared to his first time building Wunderlist.

Christian shares:

  • His experience with building Wunderlist, which was then bought by Microsoft, and then taking on the challenge of becoming CEO for a second time
  • How he built his team of 8 Co-founders and delegated areas to the best people from Wunderlist
  • Why he “failed” to take the bootstrapping route for Pitch, and instead raised 137.7 million
  • What helped them raise bigger and faster the second time round

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