Stock Alarm was born out of our need for reliable stock alerts. Stock Alarm provides stock market alerts to thousands of traders every day through phone calls, text messages, push notifications, and emails. We package complex signals into an intuitive and easy to use UI.
Jim and I decided to start a technical support agency after we realized how difficult it was to find & hire competent agents for our own businesses. Once we’ve “cracked the code”, we realized many SaaS founders & owners haven’t and we wanted to solve that problem for them.
Am the founder of Castos. We are a fully remote team remaking how podcasters create great shows, grow their audiences, and further their brands.
Eric Frankel is the CEO/Founder of AdGreetz, the industry’s leading video personalization tech platform that is disrupting the $628b advertising marketplace by empowering brands to easily revolutionize their marketing, build stronger relationships with customers and increase engagement 5X-7X and activation 2X-3X by producing and deploying thousands (or even millions) of hyper-personalized, relevant, data-driven, video and display ads and messages (versus a generic, much less-activating version), utilizing 10-plus data sources on 23 channels.
Chris Buttenham is the founder and CEO of Obie, a company changing the way organizations access and manage their collective knowledge.
Chris got into the startup space magically. No really, he performed magic professionally at a young age and gravitated towards digital marketing to promote himself. By the age of 15 Chris registered his first business, a digital agency that provided marketing and design services for other entertainers and small businesses.
Chris is a self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur, host of two podcasts (The Art of the Fail and Accelerating Support), and was the youngest founder accepted into "Batch 20" of the prestigious 500 Startups accelerator program in California.
Rod is Founder & CEO at Prentus where he matches startups with job-ready tech interns in as little as 7 days and runs a community with 165+ bootcamp graduates. He is also a part-time Data Science Mentor at Thinkful. Previously, he founded Dananza, an influencer marketplace for local businesses.
Shawn North, founder and creator of VidLive, a mico-saas that helps people auto-embed Facebook Live video on their web pages. In addition to working on VidLive, he also works full time as a developer for a major auto manufacturer.
We started with RiteTag: hashtags from text and from images, and the first such tool that rides in any social media marketer's workflow by browser extension and mobile app.
RiteKit now provides everything needed to grow an organic, unpaid social audience and soft-sell to them as you do it.
My name is Stanislav Dimitrov (Stan), and I’m one of the founders of Night Eye — the dark mode browser extension that works on nearly any website.
I finished my Master's in Marketing in 2014 and headed back home to join the family business: a printing house. The family business was and still is a big part of my life, but tech, in general, has always fascinated me and I wanted to start a side venture.
Luckily, a couple of months after I came home, I met the current co-founders of Night Eye. We were all around 25 years old and eager to build a tech company from the ground up.
Albert Santalo is a computer scientist and Internet entrepreneur experienced in building high growth, venture-backed technology companies. He is the founder and CEO of 8base and formerly founded CareCloud and Avisena.
CEO and cofounder of trend.io born and raised in Puerto Rico living in Denver, CO.
Software engineer by trade, designer by heart and entrepreneur in soul. Founded and bootstrapped Spontix until it’s M&A, and served as a software R&D team leader in multiple positions.
Coming from the world of content writing, I've had many opportunities to write for interesting companies who didn't know how to strategize their content marketing efforts. That's when I decided to make the switch.
Elliot Boucher is the co-founder of Edusign, a SaaS that makes attendance sheets management simple online and offine. He is also the founder of Ecommerce RTM, former Capgemini consultant and best seller of online courses on Udemy.
As an owner and principal of a PR agency for over a decade, Chris has thoroughly explored the intersection of PR and search engine strategy. Chris' newest venture, "Visably," is a new SaaS software the identifies a brand's footprint in search. Chris is passionate about helping brands reach their needle-in-the-haystack customer and evangelizing multi-channel search strategy.
Diego Gomes is Chairman, Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Rock Content a SaaS Blogger/Researcher/Evangelist. Rock is the among the fastest-growing SaaS companies and a global leader in Content Marketing Solutions. Diego is also an Endeavor entrepreneur, Angel Investor and in his spare time he blogs at http://saasholic.com ;)
Results oriented executive with a 25 year history of a strategic, metrics-driven approach to accelerated revenue. Focus on the global small business market with deep experience in B2B high velocity new customer acquisition.
As CEO of JazzHR, Lamson is responsible for JazzHR’s strategic direction, company performance, day-to-day business operations, and serves as a support center for our revenue teams.
Sabba Keynejad is the co-founder and CEO of VEED an [online video editing](http://veed.io/) platform.
Together with his co-founder Tim, they bootstrapped VEED from 0-1M ARR in its the first 12 months of operating.
VEED is a fully-fledged collaborative video editing used by many influencers, coaches and business for [adding subtitles](https://www.veed.io/add-subtitles-video), [captions](https://www.veed.io/add-captions-video), [text](https://www.veed.io/add-text-to-video), [merging videos](https://www.veed.io/tools/merge-videos-online), [making meme videos](https://www.veed.io/create/video-meme-maker) and much more.
Pavel is a serial entrepreneur from Moscow, Russia. Launched e-commerce projects, lifestyle app. Founded Directual in 2014, when there was no such terms as low-coding or no-coding. But there was an idea—to let people create complex digital products as easily as possible. Before Spring 2020 Directual worked with enterprise clients, but in April 2020 Directual went public and offered SaaS—the low-code platform for the mass market.