Going from zero to $1m/ARR is the hardest but the funnest time when building a startup. I love hearing these stories from entrepreneurs so figured others might too.
Zero to $1m/ARR - David Cancel - CEO of Drift
David Cancel is an American entrepreneur, investor, and founder of several software companies. He is the CEO and founder of Drift, a Cambridge, Massachusetts-based company which creates messaging software for businesses.
Zero to $1m/ARR - Kyle York - CEO of York IE
Kyle York is co-founder, CEO and managing partner at York IE where he sets the company’s vision of building a vertically integrated investment firm powered by market data and analytics focused on growth, go-to-market and strategy.
Zero to $1m/ARR - Wil Schroter - CEO at Startups.com
Wil founded Startups.com, the world's largest startup launch platform. It has since been used by over 1 million startup companies globally. Startups.com has helped startups raise over $500 million in funding commitments, attract 20 million early customers, and has hosted over 500,000 product launches. The company is based in Columbus, Ohio and employs a staff of over 170 associates.
Zero to $1m/ARR - Kyle Porter - CEO at SalesLoft
SalesLoft is the #1 sales engagement platform, helping sales organizations deliver a better sales experience for their customers. More than 2,000 customers use the company’s category-leading sales engagement platform to engage in more relevant, authentic and sincere ways, including MuleSoft, Square, WeWork and Zoom.
Zero to $1m/ARR with Sujan Patel
A veteran SaaS marketing leader with 15+ years’ experience, Sujan Patel has helped hundreds of companies – from emerging startups to Fortune 500 leaders – to create growth strategies that have generated massive increases in traffic and revenue. In addition to consulting work through his SaaS marketing agency, Web Profits Sujan owns and operates multiple SaaS businesses, including Mailshake and Right Inbox.
Zero to $1m/ARR with Bart MacDonald
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Legit Stories about SaaS Startups
Andrew brings in some of the latest founders who provide real examples about the most important aspects of getting a SaaS startup off the ground. It's been awesome to listen to the dialog created.