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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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Jun 17, 2020

Scott Lynn is the Founder and CEO of Masterworks, the first company to allow investors to buy shares representing ownership of great masterpieces by artists like Warhol, Monet, and Banksy. Scott has been an active collector of contemporary art for more than fifteen years and has built an internationally-recognized collection of Abstract Expressionism that has included works by Clyfford Still, Barnett Newman, Mark Rothko, Willem de Kooning, and more. In addition to Masterworks, Scott serves on the board of v2 ventures (Adparlor, Giant Media, Reachmobi, Amply, and Sellozo), Payability, and the Brooklyn Rail (a non-profit publication in the art industry).

Jun 16, 2020

Justin is the co-founder and CEO of Boostopia, a SaaS platform that allows you to manage your newly work from home customer support team with the worlds first support department operations platform. Previously, he was the CEO of diamond candles, he went to Liberity University.

Jun 15, 2020
Co-Founder and CEO, Sarah Tuneberg, founded Geospiza after more than a decade in emergency management and public health in order to transform the way climate risk decisions are made. She leads Geospiza’s interdisciplinary team on developing data-driven, evidence-based solutions, models, and processes that reduce risk and enhance resilience.
 

 

Jun 14, 2020

Bob Moore is the CEO and Co-Founder of Crossbeam, a collaborative data platform that helps companies build more valuable partnerships. He previously co-founded RJMetrics (acquired by Magento) and Stitch Data (acquired by Talend).

Jun 13, 2020

Coding since I was a teenager. Had a career in IT before I went to law school, and decided that what I really wanted to be was the CEO of a SaaS company. Series Code is founded upon my passion for coding. Married, two kids, cashed in two WSOP events.

Jun 12, 2020

Cody Barbo is an entrepreneur and two-time founder from San Diego, CA. Cody currently serves as Founder/CEO of Trust & Will, a modern estate planning software startup. Cody also serves on the San Diego State University Alumni Board of Advisors as VP of Partnerships. At his last startup, Cody served as Founder/CEO of Industry, a ‘LinkedIn’ for the service and hospitality industry. Cody is happily married, a dog dad, and a soon-to-be father of a baby girl.

Jun 11, 2020

I’m an entrepreneur with over twenty years of business, technology, and management experience having founded and exited several companies in that time including helping to launch film festivals in multiple locations and creating the concept for a Maxim branded hotel in the Caribbean. Form head of data at Movie Pass.

Jun 10, 2020

CEO of ShoppinPal. Previously, as a Product Manager and grew $40B payment volume products at eBay/PayPal, 1st non founding engineer at Trustgenix (acquired by HP). Recently featured in Leaders of Tomorrow (India's version of the Shark Tank) and selected twice by Invest Stockholm as one of the most promising ventures identified to expand business in Sweden. Passionate about helping SMEs, creating top notch enterprise software from the ground up, identifying raw talent and creating the right opportunities for the team to grow into world class engineers, and contributing to the growth of the startup ecosystem, especially in India. UC Berkeley MBA, Carnegie Mellon MS.

Jun 9, 2020

Phil Strazzulla is a finance nerd turned entrepreneur. Phil started investing in the stock market when he was 12, but set his sights on starting a company after an internship at a two person company during college. After graduating from NYU, Phil began his career working in venture capital at Bessemer Venture Partners before getting his MBA at Harvard Business School. He's a self taught programmer who has started two bootstrapped technology companies. He now spends most of his time working on SelectSoftware, a site dedicated to providing in depth and unbiased reviews of business software.

Outside of work, Phil is working on his yoga poses, meditation practice, sous vide skills, and golf swing. When not enjoying the many benefits of working from home, you can find him traveling around the world to escape his arch nemesis, the dreaded Boston weather.

Jun 8, 2020

Rosterfy is widely regarded as the most comprehensive volunteer management solution in the market, providing end to end technology for workforce programs throughout the world. Our scalable technology streamlines the previously manual process of workforce management for organisations all shapes and sizes from the Super Bowl to tin rattlers for local charities. As a business our mission is connecting communities to events and causes they are passionate about.

Jun 7, 2020

Business strategy and execution professional with 15+ years experience of
delivering high growth projects for SMBs and large enterprises

-MBA INSEAD
- MS Virginia Tech
- B.Tech, Delhi College of Engineering
- IFC (World Bank Group), IL&FS, Carollo Engineers

Jun 6, 2020

15 years of startup experience as founder/CEO/CTO. Founder & CEO ProLeads, acquired by OutboundWorks in a seven figures cash deal plus stock. 500 Startups and The Alchemist Accelerator alumni & mentor. CTO at Arrivalguides.com (acquired by Lonely Planet). Founder & CEO Tablefinder (acquired by Visit). DJ as @desertpillar

Jun 5, 2020
Mela.Work is an app that simplifies management of field construction teams both online and offline. Founder Francesco Putignano lived in 7 countries and speaks 5 languages. He became a nuclear engineer before getting an MBA and working at a fast growing ticketing marketplace. Founded Mela Works with two of his best friends, with the objective of changing the way work is executed in heavy industry.
 

 

Jun 4, 2020

BLUErabbit is a gamified engagement platform originally designed for the improvement of classroom environments but has now evolved to generate engagement in any space that requires interaction between players and organizers
We received the Outstanding Gamification Software award in Nov 2017 from Gamification Europe and went from 25k gross profit to 150k in one year.

Jun 3, 2020

This man has a method that can create bootstrapped profitable SaaS products from scratch. He was Fired from Ernst & Young. Failed at 11 businesses. Figured out what worked. Taught the patterns. Helped create 15 millionaires. Loves building SaaS products. Loves to sing and released his third musical album last year.

Jun 2, 2020

Always curious to learn new things, share them with my wife and two boys, customers and business partners. Hooked with so many hobbies that 48h per day wouldn't be enough so need to limit it to a few top ones including golf, ice hockey, fishing and every now and then to other ball games.

Jun 1, 2020

Russ Perry is the Founder and CEO of Design Pickle, the world’s most successful flat-rate creative service. Russ leads a global team as they rethink and deliver a remarkable new way to find the perfect creative.

May 31, 2020

Ashely Rose is the CEO of Living Security, where she helps companies reduce risk by making security awareness engaging and quantifiable. 

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May 30, 2020

His name is Bill Bice, serial entrepreneur since age 14. He is passionate about enabling smaller businesses to more successfully compete with their larger competitors through effective marketing.

Through the years, Bill has built and invested in over 25 companies but kept finding the same flaws in marketing strategies so, a programmer at heart, he founded Boomtime, a company that tackles marketing as a technology problem

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May 29, 2020

Shibo Xu is the co-founder of Refersion and grew the company from the two co-founders to a leading SaaS platform serving over 7000 merchants across two offices.

Before Refersion, Shibo was a technology consultant partnering with Fortune 500 enterprises to concept and build digital products.

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May 28, 2020

Ryan Kulp is a marketer and self-taught developer, best known as founder of Fomo.com. He and his wife buy and grow small companies together at their Micro PE fund, Fork Equity (forkequity.com). Ryan has been traveling full-time for 2 years and writes a data-driven travel blog at rickshawlabs.com.

On this episode we discuss how he finds companies to buy, why he's ok not getting huge, and how he ensures profitability. 

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May 27, 2020

Dan Uyemura is the CEO of PushPress.com, a tool that helps boutique gyms grow. 

Dan shares why he took a $500k loan from the SBA to start the company.

Why why he spent $100k in 2010 to open his own gym. How he grew to $1.6m in revenue run rate, up 63% from 2019. 

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May 26, 2020

RunBolt founder Sam Knight joins me today and talks about he he spun a construction scheduling tool out of it’s parent company.

We talk about cap table structure, his first sales hire and setting $30,000 quota.

How does Sam get 50% of new customers to pay annually up front? How’d he get his first 50 customers? What’s his plan to reduce churn?

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