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SaaS Interviews with CEOs, Startups, Founders

What if you knew data behind the fastest growing SaaS companies today? Each morning join Nathan Latka as he spends 15 minutes interviewing SaaS founders. You'll learn how SaaS CEO's launched their startup and grew it into a business. SaaS Founders range from bootstrapped to funded, MVP to 10,000 customers, pre revenue to pre IPO.
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Jul 6, 2019

Casey Zeman is the founder of EasyWebinar. Casey has consulted such companies as Harper Collins, Estee Lauder and Dell on video/webinar strategies and has built his own multi-million dollar software business. His mission is to help a million experts spread their message, sell their program and leverage their time through automation and engagement using his tools.

 

Jul 2, 2019

Nazzareno Gorni is the CEO of MailUp Group (https://mailupgroup.com/en/)

🕒 Time Stamped Show Notes:

00:00 – Nathan's introduction to today's show

0:45 – How MailUp has been built as a business messaging company

1:45 – Why they are doing more than €35M in ARR right now

2:05 – How they are growing 35% year over year

2:30 – Why their ideal customers are marketers and developers

3:40 – How MailUp has grown to serve 20k customers

4:20 – Why they have started to move upmarket

5:10 – How he launched the company in 2002

5:30 – Why they launched with just €15k in self-funding

5:48 – How they raised €3M when they IPO'd

6:40 – Why they went public to fund acquisitions

8:30 – How their team has grown to 170 employees in Italy, Spain, Denmark, and the U.S.

9:15 – How they optimize for payback within 6 to 7 months

9:50 – Why they created BEEfree.io out of an accident

10:40 – How 3k companies are using BEEfree for over $1M in ARR

12:00 – The Famous Five



Jul 1, 2019

Yoa Pridor is the CEO of Buzzilla (https://www.buzzilla.com/)

🕒 Time Stamped Show Notes:

00:00 – Nathan's introduction to today's show

0:40 – How Buzzilla has been built as a social listening tool

1:20 – Why they offer both SaaS and professional services

1:40 – How 60% of their revenue comes from SaaS today

2:45 – Why people are paying $500 per seat, each month on average

3:15 – How they''ve grown to serve small enterprises

4:15 – Why the average customer is between three and ten seats

4:25 – How they launched the business in 2010 with $1.6M in total funding

4:55 – Why they've grown 40% in the last 12 months

5:30 – How Buzzilla landed almost 300 total companies

6:00 – Why they are doing around $400k in MRR right now

6:25 – How growth has come mostly from new customers thus far

8:45 – Why they've expanded to help governments monitor senitment

9:20 – How they are at 110% net revenue retention annually

10:15 – Why they are landing new customers through word of mouth and online marketing

10:45 – How their team has grown to 25 full-time employees in Israel

11:10 – Why they assume a lifetime value of around $65k over 42 months

12:00 – How their SaaS margins are around 80% with 40% margins on their professional services

12:25 – Why they aren't interested in raising additional capital at this point in time

13:10 – "Would you sell for $20M right now?"

13:35 – The Famous Five



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