In this episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, our host Alex Theuma is joined by Isaiah Studivent, CEO Evron, and Chalique Seabron, COO Evron, who discuss what it takes to be an entrepreneur.

You know how good your product is, but that doesn’t mean you market knows. You have to be radical enough and crazy enough to just, figure out what’s going to work. Sometimes that means going in-person and showing up at events – you can’t always be in board rooms and expect your teams to execute for you.

Isaiah and Chalique share:

  • The 72 hour call that turned into building Evron
  • The hustle – going door to door for their first prop tech customer
  • The entrepreneurial founder mindset: humble, positive, and a little bit delusional
  • Driving several million in pipeline for their customers
  • Marketing isn’t magic: communicating expectations with their clients early on

and more!

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