The SaaS Podcast

How to Build a Startup in the Uber & Airbnb Ecosystem (& Beyond) – with Raj Bhaskar [148]

Raj Bhaskar is the co-founder and CEO of Hurdlr, a mobile app for independent workers, freelancers and solopreneurs to manage their business finances. It seamlessly tracks all of your income streams, expenses and tax deductions in real-time, on the go. Previously, Raj was the founder and CEO of VisualHOMES, a…

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How to Grow Your SaaS Recurring Revenue Without Marketing – with JD Graffam [147]

JD Graffam is the founder of SimpleFocus, a design agency that helps create user interfaces and digital products. The company’s clients include Starbucks, Oracle, and the U.S. Air Force. But this agency is a little different because it also has its own portfolio of software products. This includes Pulse (a…

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How a ‘Nightmare’ Startup Became a $100 Million SaaS Business – with Clate Mask of Infusionsoft [146]

Clate Mask is the co-founder and CEO of Infusionsoft, which makes sales and marketing automation software exclusively for small businesses. Infusionsoft combines CRM, email automation and e-commerce capabilities into one product. It helps small businesses capture more leads, improve conversion rates and generate more sales. The company was founded in…

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How BrightFunnel Went from a Spreadsheet to a 7-Figure SaaS Business – with Nadim Hossain [145]

Nadim Hossain is the founder and Executive Chairman¬†of BrightFunnel, a SaaS product that generates predictive and actionable insights for B2B marketers, and shows what impact marketing is having on revenue. Founded in 2012, BrightFunnel has raised just under $9 million in funding to date. And its customers include companies such…

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How 3 Teenagers Turned GoSquared from a Hobby Into a SaaS Business – with James Gill [144]

James Gill is the co-founder and CEO of GoSquared, an all-in-one platform for SaaS businesses. GoSquared combines analytics, CRM, live chat, and marketing automation in one seamless platform. The three co-founders started the company when they were 14 years old. They set to build an online advertising business inspired by…

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How Wildbit Became a Multi-Million Dollar Business on 40 Hours a Week – with Natalie Nagele [143]

Natalie Nagele is the co-founder and CEO of Wildbit, a bootstrapped software company that builds web apps to help software developers collaborate better. The company was founded in 1999 as a web development consultancy and it launched its first web app in 2005. Since then the company has launched and…

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