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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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Jan 4, 2018

Josh Melick is CEO and Co-Founder of Broadly.com, a review generation platform focused on local business online reputation. Prior to founding Broadly, Josh was Director of Product at DemandForce, which was acquired by Intuit in 2012. Josh also held leadership roles with Ingenio, which was purchased by AT&T in 2007.

Jan 2, 2018

Enterprise software veteran, worked for Oracle and Cashedge (now part of Fiserv) prior to founding Apptivo. Working to change the way small businesses will run their business to minimize costs, optimize business processes and make better business decisions.

Jan 1, 2018

Max lives in Indianapolis serving as the Co-Founder and CEO of Lessonly. Max and Lessonly are focused on building and delivering team learning software that helps people do better work. Every day, Max is grateful for being cut from the basketball team two years in a row.

Dec 31, 2017

Eugene Woo is the CEO of Venngage, an infographic design tool. His mission is to help businesses tell their stories with compelling and memorable visuals. He enjoys reading and writing about content marketing, entrepreneurship, and data visualization. You can read more of his articles on the Venngage blog.

Dec 30, 2017

David Erickson is the Founder and CEO of FreeConferenceCall.com. His simple ideas and deft execution have transformed the telecommunications industry to better suit the needs of consumers and businesses worldwide. Dave founded FreeConferenceCall.com on the simple principle that collaborative communication should be available to everyone, both affordably and efficiently. He purchased a $10 URL, which sparked the first viral movement in the telecommunications industry to support free conferencing around the globe.

Dec 29, 2017

Unite and automate all the moving parts of your business so that you can do the work you love from one smart platfrom.

Dec 28, 2017

Victor Ricci has always loved the Internet and creating things. He had experimented in different areas of technology and business to find what he was passionate about. During this process he started a half dozen web companies before founding one he loved, TrendPie.com.

Dec 27, 2017

Segment's co-founder and CEO; He studied Aerospace Engineering at MIT and fell into the world of customer data and analysis when he and three of his college friends started Segment in 2011 as part of Y Combinator. He and his wife Erika, who he met at MIT, live together in San Francisco.

Dec 26, 2017

Andrew Blachman is the COO of Tophatter, the world's fastest, most entertaining marketplace for mobile shoppers, where he oversees ongoing business operations within the company. Previously, he was the CEO of GET ME IN! Blachman has both a B.A. and M.S. degree from Stanford University.

Dec 24, 2017

25 years-old French entrepreneur. Turned a grad-school side-hustle into a +$20K monthly recurring business in a few months. I founded LeadGuru.io to stop B2B companies from spending hours building bad, boring, low-yielding cold-emailing campaigns. We come in and pump their cold-emailing capacities to the next level. They just sit and watch hot leads flooding their inbox.

Dec 23, 2017

Joe Prusz is Global Head of Revenue at Rubicon Project, responsible for all revenue-related activities across Publishers, Demand-side Platforms, and Global Agency Relationships, tasked with the goal of continuing the adoption and growth of automated advertising across all screens and devices, driving more than $1B in advertising spend.

Formerly he was Head of Seller, Americas, responsible for Rubicon Project's largest revenue region for publishers across North America and LATAM.

Prior to that, he was the Head of Mobile globally, where he was responsible for general management and strategic oversight of the Mobile business, the fastest growing division of the company. Charged with building the Mobile revenue team and product, analyzing M&A opportunities for both Mobile and the company at large, and overall was an evangelist for both the company and the mobile advertising technology industry. Under his leadership, the Mobile business unit grew from $0 to over $325M in Managed Revenue globally, catapulting Rubicon Project to become the world's largest independent mobile advertising marketplace in less than four years.

His greatest joys are his wife and two children.

Dec 21, 2017

Building social media automation and more for SMB's around the world. Jack of all trades, master of some. Lean startup enthusiast. Strong opinions weakly (& weekly) held.

Dec 20, 2017

Gal Dubinski and Tomer Aharon: We're both 28 years old. Co-founders of Poptin (SaaS) and Ecpm (a digital agency). We met in a gifted class in high school and have been best friends since then. Started our business as university students while living together in the same apartment with our girlfriends (today wives).

Dec 19, 2017

Founder of Vuture, the 16th fastest SAAS business in the world (2017) Finalist of the Shell Livewire Young Entrepreneur of the year.

London based entrepreneur, who has lived and worked in New York and Sydney. A bootstrap expert, with a strong belief in the fundamentals of underpinning profitability with growth.

Dec 18, 2017

Ulrik is GenieBelts Chief Genie, and part of the coolest start up team in Copenhagen. With a long commercial background and experience with various startups, he's bringing GenieBelt to a construction site near you.

Ulrik's favourite tool: nail gun

Dec 17, 2017

Daniel is a father of 2 and has been married to his wife Samantha for almost 10 years.

Daniel left school at 15 to work full-time. From there, he learned design and started freelancing. Marriage life and children meant focusing on a more secure method of employment, so he secured a Telecoms & Networks Engineer role. After 5 years, he knew that working for somebody else wasn't his calling. With his co-founder Matthew Spurr, they started a branding agency using Daniel's skill of design and Matt's skill of sales and marketing. This venture was cut short though because of Quuu.

The rest is history :-)

Dec 16, 2017

Aaron Bird is the full-stack CEO at Bizible, a venture-backed startup that makes marketing measurement and planning software for B2B companies. He holds an MBA from Pepperdine University and a B.S. in Computer Science from UCSB. Previously, Aaron worked at Microsoft on Bing Ads.

Dec 15, 2017

Bob Gilbreath is Co-Founder and CEO of Ahalogy, a data-driven social and influencer marketing company with clients such as Nestle, Kraft and Costco. He is the author of The Next Evolution of Marketing (McGraw-Hill) and was named an Advertising Age Top 50 Marketer. Bob has degrees from NYU and Duke.

Dec 13, 2017

JazzHR CEO Pete Lamson explains how the company uses $25 Amazon giftcards to drive customer conversions. It's working. The company has over 3000 paying customers today and $6m in ARR. 

Dec 12, 2017

JD Graffam makes an interesting argument for buying companies instead of starting new ones. 

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