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The longest running (and most popular) podcast for bootstrapped and mostly bootstrapped startups, this show follow the stories of founders as they start, acquire, and grow SaaS companies. Hear when they fail, struggle, succeed, and take you with them through the tumultuous life of a SaaS founder. If you like Mixergy, This Week in Startups, or SaaStr, you’ll enjoy Startup for the Rest of Us.
 
The Desi VC is a weekly podcast hosted by Akash Bhat, devoted to interviewing angel investors and venture capitalists investing in tech startups in India across all sectors and of all check sizes. Tune in to hear India's leading investors discuss current trends in venture capital and touch upon topics such as fund-raising, valuation, pricing, business models, exit scenarios, sustainable investing among others. About the host: Akash Bhat works on the investment team at Scrum Ventures, a San F ...
 
Welcome to the Startups A to Z podcast! Your co-hosts, Hilary Hirsch and Mark Sholin, are bringing our audience in-depth interviews with Arizona-based founders, investors, service providers, and others who are a part of our startup community. Each show focuses on a special topic selected by our guests. Examples include valuation of Arizona startups, student entrepreneurship, differences between founders & managers, and more. We cap off our interviews with the Executive Insight round of fun, ...
 
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Raja Ganapathy is the Founding Partner at Spring Marketing Capital, a skin-in-the-game marketing capital firm with investments in companies such as Byju, CureFit, WakeFit, Practo, 1mg among several others. Raja has worked with founders for most of his working life of 24+ years. First with Ogilvy and Brand David, where he worked with founders includ…
 
In Episode 559, Rob Walling chats with Andrew Gazdecki, the founder of MicroAcquire, about bootstrapping a two-sided marketplace in a competitive industry. They talk about Andrew’s previous successes, including growing Bizness Apps to $10 million in annual recurring revenue. They also unpack Andrew’s current business, MicroAcquire, and talk about h…
 
Sin apenas experiencia profesional, Alejandro Arenas entró en 2014 en el equipo de digital del Real Madrid, donde pasó más de cuatro años y donde acabó dirigiendo el equipo de social media de la casa, ayudando a convertir al Real Madrid en el equipo de fútbol profesional con más seguidores en redes sociales.Tras estudiar un MBA, Alejandro entró en …
 
In Episode 558, Rob Walling chats with Einar Vollset about bootstrapping versus funding and the many options that exist in between. No longer is it a decision between a bootstrapped or venture path. With their unique perspectives, Rob and Einar talk about all of the funding options that exist. They also share some things to consider when deciding w…
 
Vaibhav Domkundwar is the CEO of Better Capital, an early-stage venture firm that builds & invests in category-defining businesses. Prior to his investor journey, Vaibhav was an entrepreneur, having founded and successfully exited a venture-backed startup Roamware (acq. by PE firm Audax). You may follow Vaibhav on Twitter here. In this episode we w…
 
Matías Woloski es uno de los cofundadores de Auth0, una de las principales empresas a nivel global en el espacio de identity as a service. Auth0 fue comprada por Okta, otro de los líderes del mercado de identidad, hace unos meses por más de $6.500 millones.En este episodio hablamos con Matías sobre sus inicios en Argentina, sobre cómo tras años de …
 
In Episode 557, Rob Walling flies solo to talk about investing for founders, with an emphasis on retirement. Rob views investing as a long-term game, not treating the stock market like a slot machine by buying and selling stocks. As founders, we’re busy with our work, our family, and our friends. We don’t want to spend a ton of time fiddling with i…
 
En el podKast hemos hablado de la historia de Flywire varias veces. Primero fue Iker Marcaide, su fundador, quien contó cómo había vivido en primera persona los inicios de la empresa. Poco después estuvo también con nosotros Felipe Talavera, VP of Engineering, que pudo explicar desde un punto de vista más técnico y de producto los logros alcanzados…
 
In Episode 556, Rob Walling chats with Adam McCrea about growing from zero to $300,000 in ARR over the course of three years as a Heroku add-on. Adam is still a single founder with no employees and up until joining the TinySeed accelerator in their Spring 2021 batch, has fully bootstrapped Rails Autoscale. Now, he’s working to grow the app, deal wi…
 
Pearl Agarwal is the Founder and Managing Director of Eximius Ventures, micro venture fund looking to create a thriving global entrepreneurial community and nurture young talent in India. Prior to founding Eximius, Pearl has spent time in PE and Investment Banking in the US and UK, and holds a Bachelor’s degree in Economics and Corporate Finance fr…
 
Sheaf Valley: a show about Sheffield's startup is a podcast dedicated to Sheffield's startup ecosystem with the goal to increase the connectedness between different parts and raise awareness about the great present and even better future of the startup scene! In episode 22, I spoke with Morgan Killick representing Business Sheffield. Business Sheff…
 
Pepe Agell y María Alegre se fueron a USA, como él mismo dice, "con una mano delante y otra detrás". Años más tarde crearon Chartboost, una startup que ayuda a desarrolladores de apps de gaming a monetizar sus audiencias.Pepe y María -hablo de memoria- son de los pocos fundadores españoles que han conseguido levantar dinero de Sequoia Capital, uno …
 
In Episode 555, Rob Walling answers listener questions with Ruben Gamez. They discuss different models of bootstrapping success, hiring W2 versus hiring contractors, determining if a business is an ideal fit for bootstrapping and they revisit enterprise pricing. The topics we cover [01:24] Bootstrappers Rob & Ruben admire [12:25] Pros and cons to h…
 
Anjali Sosale is a Partner at WaterBridge Ventures, an early-stage VC firm based out of Bangalore and Delhi. Anjali began her career at EY, going on to becoming the Vice President over the course of a ten-year stint, before moving on to Myntra where she led their Brand Accelerator Program for three years. In this episode, we will cover: Impact of t…
 
En el podKast de esta semana hablamos con Miguel Fernández y Guli Moreno, cofudandores de Capchase.Capchase es una startup con oficinas a ambos lados del atlántico que provee a startups de financiación no dilutiva, a través de un sistema hoy conocido como revenue-based financing. Aunque la compañía fue fundada hace poco más de un año, en este tiemp…
 
'Sheaf Valley: a show about Sheffield's startups' is a podcast dedicated to Sheffield's startup ecosystem, its founders, the businesses they create and the wide network of support organisations that help them to thrive. The goal of Sheaf Valley is to increase the connectedness and visibility within our ecosystem by telling local stories to global a…
 
In Episode 554, Rob Walling chats with Sherry Walling about grief as a part of entrepreneurship and how to get better at handling grief as an entrepreneur. They also discuss burnout and properly evaluating if it’s the right time to sell a company. The topics we cover [02:18] Grief is part of entrepreneurship [05:12] Getting better at handling grief…
 
En el podKast de esta semana hablamos con Carlos Otermin, COO de Lazada, el gigante asiático del ecommerce.En anteriores ocasiones hemos explorado en este podKast mercados como Latinoamérica, además de los ya conocidos como Estados Unidos y Europa. Pero teníamos pendiente hablar en profundidad sobre Asia para conocer lo que está allí ocurriendo (sp…
 
In Episode 553, Rob Walling chats with Tracy Osborn about the latest bootstrapper news, including the recent Stack Overflow and Moz acquisitions, quitting instead of giving up remote work, and highlights from TinySeed 2020 Batch. The topics we cover [01:52] Intro [03:45] Stack Overflow acquisition [12:11] Moz acquisition [16:33] Quitting instead of…
 
In this week's episode we had a chance to talk to Peter Specht, principal at Creandum.Creandum is one of Europe's most well known VCs, having backed companies such as Spotify, Klarna or Trade Republic. The firm has been quite active in Spain in recent years, with investments in Factorial and Abacum, two of K Fund's portfolio companies.Peter has sha…
 
In Episode 552, Rob Walling is joined by co-host emeritus, Mike Taber to chat about his decision-making around whether to launch a freemium plan, whether to do an AppSumo deal, how his potential partnerships merger is panning out. The topics we cover [04:93] Update on the CRM partnership opportunity, AppSumo, and Freemium [23:39] Yet another Google…
 
Sheaf Valley: a show about Sheffield's startups is a podcast dedicated to Sheffield's startup ecosystem, its fantastic founders, investors, program managers, etc., aiming to increase the connectedness and visibility of the ecosystem within the city. Sheaf Valley celebrates a significant milestone with this episode, coming in at number 20! In the ep…
 
Rocío Alcocer es actualmente la CEO de Tapp Water, una startup de Barcelona que ha desarrollado filtros para ayudar a cualquier persona a beber agua del grifo de calidad, reduciendo así el consumo de agua embotellada y de plásticos y otros materiales asociados.En este episodio hablamos con Rocío de su trayectoria hasta llegar a Tapp Water, de por q…
 
In episode 551 of Startups For the Rest of Us, Rob does another solo adventure to talk about hiring owner-level thinkers, the fallacy of an autopilot passive income software business, and more. The topics we cover [1:25] Hiring task-level thinkers, project-level thinkers, and owner-level thinkers [07:43] The fallacy of an autopilot passive income s…
 
Aunque somos un VC, somos conscientes de que el capital riesgo es una forma entre muchas otras para hacer crecer una compañía tecnológica. Es más, anteriormente en este podKast hemos invitado a varios emprendedores que han creado empresas bootstrapp (Wences de marketgoo, Juan Pablo de Metricool, Manu Heredia de Besoccer) y en este mismo blog hemos …
 
In Episode 550, Rob Walling chats with Tony Chan, co-founder of CloudForecast, about his incredible story of perseverance after getting rejected multiple times only to finally find product-market fit and reach six figures in annual recurring revenue. The topics we cover [04:11] CloudForecast’s current revenue and customer base [08:43] Origin story …
 
En el podKast llevamos ya 129 episodios pero la verdad es que, hasta ahora, no habíamos dedicado ningun a hablar sobre el mundo del diseño. El diseño es para nosotros una parte fundamental de las compañías en las que decidimos invertir, y algo en los que nos fijamos mucho durante los procesos de análisis.Para hacer una introducción al mundo del dis…
 
In Episode 439, Rob Walling is joined by Jordan Gal to answer listener questions about starting an e-commerce SaaS and the laws and regulations, and compliance requirements required. They talk about managing enterprise perceptions of risk towards bootstrap startups. They also answer questions about bootstrapping and enterprise SaaS as well as hirin…
 
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