96 episodes

How We Solve is a podcast dedicated to helping you solve your toughest business problems. From issues with growing your SaaS or e-commerce brand to developing your organizational culture, we’ve got the tools, resources, and insights from industry experts. No fluff. Just step-by-step playbooks to help you dominate your market and crush the competition.

In each episode, we interview industry experts who have been there and done that.

The podcast features topics such as: lead generation, company culture, distributed teams, SEO, inbound marketing, visitor engagement strategy, and multilingual customer experience teams.

We provide our listeners with tried-and-tested solutions that work.

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How We Solve is a podcast dedicated to helping you solve your toughest business problems. From issues with growing your SaaS or e-commerce brand to developing your organizational culture, we’ve got the tools, resources, and insights from industry experts. No fluff. Just step-by-step playbooks to help you dominate your market and crush the competition.

In each episode, we interview industry experts who have been there and done that.

The podcast features topics such as: lead generation, company culture, distributed teams, SEO, inbound marketing, visitor engagement strategy, and multilingual customer experience teams.

We provide our listeners with tried-and-tested solutions that work.

    How do you build a high-performance SaaS team with Nikhil Paul

    How do you build a high-performance SaaS team with Nikhil Paul

    This episode is featuring Nikhil Paul, the founder of We R Human. He helps tech leadership teams gain clarity through workshops and coaching programs. His goal is to guide high-growth teams and companies to strengthen their focus, culture, and execution.

    • 33 min
    How Do E-commerce Companies Optimize Their Accounting Process, at Different Stages of Their Business with Alan Chen

    How Do E-commerce Companies Optimize Their Accounting Process, at Different Stages of Their Business with Alan Chen

    This episode is featuring Alan Chen, a Certified Public Accountant and one of the founding partners of FreeCashFlow.io. It’s the leading accounting and consulting agency based out of Los Angeles, California focused on helping one niche only, — those in the e-commerce space. The agency offers services related to business tax planning, sales tax filing and threshold strategies, cloud-based bookkeeping, and smart cash flow allocations to help businesses keep more of the profits made.

    • 21 min
    Temple Grandin

    Temple Grandin

    This episode features Dr. Temple Grandin who is well known to many for her trailblazing work as a spokesperson for people with autism and her lifelong work with animal behavior. She has been with Colorado State University (CSU) for over 25 years and has been referred to as the "most famous person working at CSU" by her peers. Her life’s work has been to understand her own autistic mind, and to share that knowledge with the world, aiding in the treatment of individuals with the same condition. British neurologist, naturalist, historian of science, and writer, Oliver Sacks referred to Dr. Grandin’s work as: “unprecedented because there had never before been an inside narrative of autism.”

    • 27 min
    How to Help Employees Take Better Care of Their Mental Health in the Workplace with Justin Dorfman

    How to Help Employees Take Better Care of Their Mental Health in the Workplace with Justin Dorfman

    Justin Dorfman is Reblaze's Open Source Program Manager. He is also a bipolar who takes his time, sharing his experience on how he dealt with his mental health problems and succeed in his career. Professionally he is responsible for fostering the adoption of their project Curiefense in the cloud-native space. He also led similar initiatives for Gitcoin, Sticker Mule, & MaxCDN. Justin has contributed to Bootstrap, Font Awesome, jQuery, Nginx, GNU Bash, and many more. He also serves on the Selection Committee for Mozilla's Open Source Support (MOSS) program, as well as the Open Source Collective's board of directors. In 2017, he co-founded SustainOSS, which hosts events and podcasts for Open Source Software Sustainers.

    • 25 min
    How Can Small and Medium Businesses Create an Omnichannel Strategy to Help Them Bounce Back After the Pandemic with Aparna Khurjekar

    How Can Small and Medium Businesses Create an Omnichannel Strategy to Help Them Bounce Back After the Pandemic with Aparna Khurjekar

    Aparna Khurjekar is the Senior Vice President of Verizon Business Markets. She’s responsible for the company’s mid-market wireless and wireline offerings and Fios B2B. She works with a team of 3000+ sales professionals guiding their customers through their digitally transformed journeys with innovative managed solutions for total communications, connectivity, and collaboration. As businesses across all segments and industries anticipate a post-pandemic comeback, they are helping them adopt 5G and making sure small and medium and potential to create new opportunities and build new efficiencies.

    • 26 min
    How Do You Increase Conversion Amidst the New Cookies Policies of Google and Apple with Ben Parr

    How Do You Increase Conversion Amidst the New Cookies Policies of Google and Apple with Ben Parr

    Ben Parr is President and Co-Founder of Octane AI, the all-in-one platform for engaging quizzes, data collection, and personalized Facebook Messenger and SMS automation. His team helped thousands of Shopify and Shopify Plus merchants to connect, convert, and retain customers by personalizing the customer journey and shopping experience. He is also the author of the best-selling book Captivology: The Science of Capturing People's Attention, named the top marketing book of 2015 by Strategy+Business Magazine.

    • 19 min

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8 Ratings

Michael Davis, Speaking CPR ,

The Missing Piece Most People Leave Out

One of the biggest mistakes that many communicators make is that they paint a picture of success, but they never give the practical how to steps to achieve that success.

The “How We Solve” podcast doesn’t have this problem. Each episode is packed with useful tips and strategies to help you accomplish the objectives presented in that particular subject.

You would do well to follow this podcast.

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I loved it

Interesting guests. Topics are hot..I recommend podcast for marketers.

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Amazing, real stuff

No fluff for sure, pure knowledge 👌

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