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Best Salesflare podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Salesflare podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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How do early-stage software startup founders identify competitors in their space? How do they leverage the information they learn to develop a go-to-market strategy? In each episode of the Startup Competitors Podcast, we sit down with a startup founder to learn about how they think about competition, and how they leverage their knowledge of the market and competitors to make better tactical decisions.
 
To be an effective founder, you need to prioritize and relentlessly focus on getting the right things done...while juggling everything else life throws at you. I interview successful founders to uncover how they navigated these challenges and how you can learn from their successes and mistakes. We cut through the noise to help you build a successful business on your own terms.
 
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Today, I’m talking with , the CEO and Co-Founder of , a simple yet powerful CRM for small businesses selling B2B. I love talking with CRM founders to dig into how they’re standing out in one of the most competitive spaces in SaaS—especially when they haven’t gone super niche with their positioning. Jeroen’s insights today did not disappoint. In our…
 
Salesflare is an easy to use B2B sales Customer Relationship Manager (CRM) mostly used by marketing and software development agencies, startups, and other smaller companies and a lot of those in software as a service industry. Today we are with the co-founder of Salesflare, Jeroen Corthout and he talked about how Salesflare started out of frustrati…
 
The New Paper is a digital media company that aims to overcome the sensationalization of the media by publishing a once-daily digest that does a couple of things: provide the 5-10 most important daily stories for a US-based consumer, and the top factual things you need to know about each story. It’s no secret that media and the news varies widely b…
 
For this forty-first episode, I talked to Veronika Riederle, Co-Founder and CEO of Demodesk, one of the leading video solutions for sales demos.Veronika studied all about becoming an entrepreneur in university. After spending about 7 years in strategy roles at Bain, Audi and Telefonica, she decided to make the jump.She and her co-founder found a wa…
 
Compact Medical Solutions is a medical device startup, working to design a new type of bag valve mask resuscitator called the Butterfly BVM. A bag valve mask resuscitator is a device you’ve probably seen on tv shows that helps someone breathe when they can’t breathe on their own. It helps to blow air into the lungs and help them to breathe. These d…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the CEO of which makes modern task and project management software for teams. Before Flow, he was the Head of Design at Square and has worked for brands like Apple, Nike, Disney, and Target. The project management space is one of the most competitive out there and Flow has stood out by taking an opinionated stance on what …
 
Paxafe is a company that aggregates critical data from the supply chain, enabling more intelligent shipping and cargo insurance. In this episode, I am with Ilya Preston, CEO, and co-founder of Paxafe and he talks about how the company is aiming to address global supply chain insurance issues, such as a lack of real-time visibility, theft, counterfe…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the Co-Founder and CEO at , a SaaS startup that helps marketing agencies scale. I first heard Ryan on where he shared that his company was at $25k MRR and growing at more than 30% month-over-month. That was a bit more than 6 months before the time of our chat here today and I wanted to have Ryan on to see what’s happened s…
 
For this fortieth episode, I talked to a very special guest, Jason Fried, Co-Founder and CEO of Basecamp, the famous project management and communication platform.Jason loves creating things he wants and selling them to other people like him. That’s how he started way back with selling stereo equipment and cordless phones and is now selling softwar…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the Founder and CEO at , where he and his team help their customers send targeted emails, push notifications, and SMS to lower churn, create stronger relationships, and drive subscriptions. In our chat, we dive into what it’s been like building Customer.io to more than $10M in ARR and a team of more than 50 people over the…
 
For today’s episode, I am with Esti Chazanow, co-founder and brand manager of LIV Watches, a watch company dedicated to producing premium and high-quality watches that are authentically Swiss made. We discuss how LIV Watches is a brand she built with her husband Shalom ‘Chaz’ in late 2014, which all began with their first Kickstarter campaign. Esti…
 
Today, I’m talking with John Kutcher, the Founder of and most recently where he and his team partner with and acquire small and mid-sized software businesses, providing resources and expertise to accelerate growth and enhance operating performance. John launched DICORP in 1985 and in the years since grew the business organically and through acquisi…
 
EllisX is a newly launched platform that has a goal to connect start-ups with events and media opportunities. In today’s episode, I am talking with the founders of EllisX, Leia Ruseva, and Richard Mensah and we discussed how EllisX is the first service platform that matches startups with event managers in media, based on mutual interest. Therefore,…
 
StoryBolt is a marketplace of stories and storytellers for employee engagement solutions for companies and corporations. Today I am with Nassim Abdi, PhD, Award-nominated actress, university professor, and now a startup co-founder and CEO of StoryBolt. As of writing, they have a huge pool of 3000 documentaries from hundreds of countries around the …
 
The Prepared is a platform that teaches people how to get ready for emergencies. Today I am with John Ramey, Founder, and CEO of The Prepared and he talks about how The Prepared can help in all kinds of emergencies, ranging from everyday events like car accidents, or job loss, medical problem, up through natural disasters and black swan type of eve…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the CEO and Co-Founder of , a simple CRM built just for small businesses. Tyler also co-hosts , where two founders talk about what it takes to build sustainable software companies. One of the things I’ve struggled with as I’ve grown SaberSim was this guilt about not having more balance in my life and running the business l…
 
Gravity Ventures is a capital funding group that aims to help start-up tech companies. Today I am with Trey Buck, managing director of Gravity Ventures and he talks about how Gravity Ventures aims to provide opportunities for local investing companies and for angel investors. In which, with the aid of the funding, the two come together, thus offset…
 
Today we have a very interesting episode, as I am with Steve Jones who’s my co-founder of Startup Competitors. In this episode, we have a 'meeting-like' podcast as we talked about the possible pivot of our product to effectively grow more and have the right product-market fit. Just a quick recap, our product offers customers a high-level overview o…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the Founder and CEO of , a SaaS startup helping customers send cold emails that get replies. Guillaume and his team have grown lemlist to more than $1m ARR in less than 2 years and they’ve done it while remaining bootstrapped and profitable. In our chat, we dive into how he’s handled this rapid growth—everything from hirin…
 
250ok is an email analytics platform to help email marketers send better emails successfully. In this episode, I am talking with a repeat guest on the show, Greg Kraios, Founder and CEO of 250ok, who has had a recent change in his title, which is now Chief Ambassador at Validity. Since our last conversation and now, 250ok has been acquired by Valid…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the Founder and CEO at , a self-funded startup that solves the hardest parts of subscription growth. Patrick has been on the show a couple of times before and I’m super excited to have him back on, but the circumstances this time are a bit different. We recorded this interview in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic and P…
 
Blind Zebra is a 23-year-old sales training and sales coaching firm based in Indianapolis. In this episode, I talk with Bryan Neale, CEO of Blind Zebra about how he started training and coaching salespeople on three aspects – thinking, action and language, and how that eventually led to developing a framework, predominantly in the B2B space. He als…
 
Regenstreif is a 50-year-old, independent think-tank founded by Sam Regenstreif, an institute that conducts research and development that aims to bring technology and innovation into healthcare. Today I am with Todd Saxton, a repeat guest of the show, author of Titanic Effect, and VP for Business Development of Regenstrief. He talked about Regenstr…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the Founder and CEO of where they offer simple, secure domain management. Not only is Anthony and his team doing well into 7-figures a year of revenue, but they’re completely bootstrapped, fully remote, and only have 12 employees. Staying lean as a growing remote company is incredibly challenging and in our chat today Anth…
 
Avail is a real-estate software company that offers services such as tenant-finding, lease signing, rent collection and property maintenance all through an online platform. This service is basically designed to benefit full-time professionals with rental properties on the side, which provides them with passive income or savings for retirement. On t…
 
Today, I’m talking with , the founder of —a financial planning SaaS startup. Prior to Summit, Matt founded , a predictive intelligence tool for the whole supply chain. Matt was on the podcast about a year ago when he was first launching Summit, then called SimSaaS, and we talked about alternative financing options for startups. Since then, Matt sol…
 
Rentgrata connects prospective renters with current residents of apartment communities so that prospects can ask questions and get feedback from their peers. If a prospect chats with the resident on Rentgrata and ends up signing a lease, both the prospect and the current resident get a reward. It’s a modern take on traditional referral programs tha…
 
Today, I’m talking with Einar Vollset, a General Partner at TinySeed, the first startup accelerator designed for bootstrappers, and the Managing Partner at Discretion Capital, a technology enabled Investment Bank focused on M&A, due diligence and strategic partnership development. We’ve had this call scheduled for today, Wednesday, March 18th, for …
 
Ilya Rekhter is a repeat guest on the show. He previously was on in November 2018 to talk about his startup, DoubleMap. Since that time, DoubleMap merged with another company in their space, and they created a new company called Journey. That company was recently acquired by Ford and Ilya shares the process of going through both a merger and acquis…
 
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