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Best Startups For the Rest of Us podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Startups For the Rest of Us podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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The longest running (and most popular) podcast for non-venture track 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 an entrepreneur. If you like Mixergy, This Week in Startups, or SaaStr, you’ll enjoy Startup for the Rest of Us.
 
The Rogue Startups podcast features two bootstrapped startup founders as they grow their businesses. We feature experts in the fields of sales, marketing, and product development to hear how they're growth hacking their productized services, WordPress plugins, and SaaS products. If you're on the journey of an entrepreneur then tune and hear how we're tackling some of the same obstacles you may be facing, and how we're winning in the game of business. Listeners of Startups for the Rest of Us, ...
 
Forward Thinking Founders is a podcast where Mat interviews high potential founders with early stage companies. This allows us to see inside the brain of genius founders before the rest of the world knows they even exist. On this show, you'll learn all about how to start a startup, pros and cons of different verticals, and learn the backstory and vision of tomorrow's billion-dollar companies, straight from the founders. With guests coming from Y Combinator, The Thiel Fellowship, Pioneer, and ...
 
Come join us beyond borders for all things immigration. Founded in 1978, Erickson Immigration Group provides comprehensive business immigration, global migration, and compliance solutions that enable companies to hire the best and brightest talent from around the world. We represent clients ranging from Fortune 500s to cutting-edge startups. Sectors represented by our firm include Technology (including CRM services, e-commerce, social and online news media, online entertainment and televisio ...
 
MyIndMakers (www.myind.net) is a Startup Platform for the exchange of Ideas; a place to argue and dissect status quo and most prominently to inspire everyone to contribute to public life. Historic movements are essentially unpolished ideas to begin with; eventually great nations get built on durable and sustainable ideas, and ultimately greater civilizations survive on ideas that can be debated thread bare. MyIndMakers will scrutinize and disseminate these ideas, churn new ones as by product ...
 
This podcast talks about how to program in Java; not your tipical system.out.println("Hello world"), but more like real issues, such as O/R setups, threading, getting certain components on the screen or troubleshooting tips and tricks in general. The format is as a podcast so that you can subscribe to it, and then take it with you and listen to it on your way to work (or on your way home), and learn a little bit more (or reinforce what you knew) from it.
 
A 30-minute daily livestream that began during the 2020 COVID-19 outbreak. Just because most of us are stuck at home doesn't mean we should stop connecting with one another. This is why MicroConf On Air exists, a daily livestream with conversations, Q&As, and hang-outs focused on non-venture track startup founders. One part distraction, one part tactics, one part opportunity to connect with each other. We know that people are thirsty for connection and we want MicroConf On Air to be your wat ...
 
Promote, Profit, Publish! Become the world authority you always knew you could be. You know it. We know it. And this is how the rest of the world catches up. Most authors get it wrong. They put the wrong steps in the wrong order, pinning all of their hopes, dreams, and money on the sale of the book. Experts on authority marketing know that publishing elevates your customer base in ways that are impossible through any other mechanism. In short, you establish yourself as the world authority on ...
 
Every 2 weeks, Conor Gilsenan hosts a conversation with creators, researchers, founders, and advocates who are working to improve the usability of security and privacy technologies. Guests share what they are currently working on, how they got to where they are today, who they are trying to help, and what keeps them motivated to overcome challenges along the way. The goal is for the rest of us to learn from their experiences and go on to promote usable security and privacy within our own pro ...
 
At Version 1, we believe that everyone can make a difference with technology and innovation, whether that is by establishing innovative startups, advancing emerging technologies, impacting communities and causes positively, or simply by innovating day to day in your current role. With the One Zero One podcast, our aim is to encourage listeners to join us in learning from our peers in the technology and startup space. With our inspiring series of conversations with technology experts and trai ...
 
The Longcut breaks down the illusion of the overnight success by sharing the stories of those who have successfully created, launched, and grown software businesses to solve a problem. In the fiercely competitive world of SaaS, Ryan introduces you to the brilliant minds behind the businesses we admire. You’ll hear perils and pitfalls, stories of staggering success, candid conversations, and what drives these owners, entrepreneurs, and innovators forward. Key themes we’ll explore include prod ...
 
Matt Quinn has been on a mission to be a 10x better founder by meeting incredible founders who have gone before him to get an answer to the question: How did you get your first 1000....? Your first 1000 customers, sign ups, fans, users, clicks, dollars invested. I've learned 2 things: (1) No 2 companies are the same (2) What got them here, won't get you there But the stories are fascinating. They're stories of luck and grit and learning and they need to be shared. And this is how first 1000 ...
 
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This week we chat with Tracy Osborn (@tracymakes) as we discuss 15 of the top tools we use to run our businesses. As a followup to a previous, popular tweet, we thought we’d give an update on what tools we continue to use today, as well as share some of the new tools we have started to use. While tools are necessary for founders, it’s important to …
 
In this episode Craig talks with Christopher Gimmer, co-founder of Snappa about how they approach content marketing and SEO as a primary growth engine in their business. With recent developments in competitor companies, Christopher and Craig talk through how news like massive funding rounds or buyouts make them feel about the path that their respec…
 
Coming up today: Matt delves into the failed promise of antibody tests, Amit explains how to eat lots of hot dogs and Vicki reminds us all what a train isThe stories we talked about this week: Antibody tests were meant to be a game-changer. What went wrong?https://www.wired.co.uk/article/coronavirus-uk-antibody-testsThe wild science of why this guy…
 
Today we explore the 2020 Regulatory Agenda released by the Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs. The purpose of this agenda is to amend and eliminate regulations deemed ineffective, duplicative and obsolete. This is being done in order to promote economic growth, innovation and protect individual liberties. We talk with Erickson Immigratio…
 
About this episode: Stephen McKee is the cofounder of Back Porch Homes. Back Porch Homes, or BPH, uses the tiny home concept to increase suburban housing capacity while preserving neighborhoods … and does so in weeks rather than the months and years associated with building accessory dwelling units. Listen to this episode if you: Are interested n T…
 
On this week's episode of MicroConf On Air, we covered a few questions that have come in over the last few months that we haven't been able to address during the livestream. Thanks to our 2020 Headline Sponsors, Stripe and Basecamp. If you want to join the conversation, you can tune in live on Wednesday @ 1:00 PM ET at microconfonair.com…
 
Welcome to Early Bets: This is a segment on the show called "Early Bets". I find young ambitious people who haven't found their startup yet, but might be starting a company soon. If you are an investor or journalist, these are the episodes to watch to meet young founders to support before they are on the radar. About Alexis: Alexis is a venture par…
 
About this episode: Dominic Wells is the founder of Onfolio. Onfolio helps more people invest in online businesses around the world. Listen to this episode if you: How to come up with a valuation of an online business Are wondering who the players are in the internet m&a game Want to know how Dominic got into this line of work. Are curious how Domi…
 
Do you feel that persistent urge to ensure that everything you say or do comes out as perfectly as you envisioned? Chances are you have the impostor syndrome – that constant urge to put up out of fear of being put down. For all the good it may have done in prodding us to productivity and excellence, we are better off without it in many ways. Joinin…
 
https://microconf.com MicroConf 2013 Starting a business is hard enough. The last thing you need to do is set up a foundation that works against you. A better approach is to take stock of your natural advantages, disadvantages, goals and needs, and "back in" to what that has to mean about your business model, pricing, market, product, approach, adv…
 
In this episode Craig is joined by Ward Sandler, cofounder of MemberSpace. Here Craig and Ward talk through how the Memberspace team is organized, how the run the business, and what successes they’ve seen in growth in the past few years, especially during the Covid crisis. Ward is a firm believer that EVERY business should have some kind of online,…
 
About this episode: Chen and Matt are the cofounders of Aquifer Motion. Aquifer helps creators with instant cinematic animation for their videos and media. Listen to this episode if you: Are interested in cinematic automation Are curious about the next big format for media Want to hear about how they landed on this idea Want to know how it works Wa…
 
Coming up today: the plight of museums, the surge in plastic and why cinemas are engaged in an elaborate game of post-lockdown chicken.The stories we talked about this week: The coronavirus pandemic has totally derailed the war on plastichttps://www.wired.co.uk/article/coronavirus-plastic-pollution-environmentLockdown has put museums and galleries …
 
Ranzo D, the Creator of "The Black Experience in Japan" joins the podcast. He travels throughout predominately Asian countries and interviews Black immigrants on their experience. A narrative not globally covered, yet is rich in insight. Ranzo shares his personal journey, why he decided to create his platform, and what he has learned from his uniqu…
 
http://microconfonair.com A new segment of MicroConf On Air, we're going to host founders who have joined the MicroConf Connect community to share their stories, their successes and failures, and more. Shownotes: Today, we are featuring Anthony Eden, Founder of DNSimple. Anthony Eden is the founder of DNSimple, a 25-year software developer, and a s…
 
This week Rob answers some great listener questions. We discuss the best way to validate a product idea, how to expand a product with traction internationally, advice on launching a restaurant product during COVID-19, and whether to start an affiliate program. If you have questions about starting or scaling a software business that you’d like us to…
 
The beauty of podcasting is how it provides people the platform to speak about their businesses and passions without ceasing. Once the episode has been recorded, it is forever there for people to consume 24/7. You are forever there as the voice and face people will recognize. Today’s guest came on the show just like that, being recognized and reach…
 
microconf.com MicroConf 2015 There are 2 obstacles getting in the way of your visitors clicking your buttons: friction and anxiety. In this short presentation, see how both may be holding your CTR back - and what we've done to reduce friction and neutralize anxiety. (With data from A/B tests we ran in 2013 and 2014 on button copy.) Oh, and find out…
 
After a few weeks away to process what is going on in our lives between the Covid-19 pandemic, a crumbling economy, and police brutality and the Black Lives Matter movement we’re back to talk through how all of this has affected us. Also in the startup news cycle this week was Basecamp’s “Hey” email client, and the upheaval that its initial approva…
 
Coming up today: the rise of mask shaming, the hunt for coronavirus heads to the sewers and how climbing became the next big competitive sport.The stories we talked about this week: Inside the plan to track Covid-19 by analysing everyone’s poophttps://www.wired.co.uk/article/coronavirus-sewage-analysis-ukClimbing superstars are testing the limits o…
 
So just in case you didn't know, but being a Java developer is as fun as ever! The ecosystem has been changing from the past year, and today, we have "tons" of Java Developer Kits to choose from. Want to know what happened? And want to know how different they are? (or what do they bring to the table), then tune in! In this episode we cover the hist…
 
DACA and Executive Order In a 5-to-4 decision, the Supreme Court has denied the Department of Homeland Security’s attempt to rescind the Deferred Action for childhood arrivals program, allowing for dreamers to remain in the country without threat of deportation. On June 22nd, President Trump signed a proclamation that suspends the entry of aliens w…
 
About this episode: David Potter is the co-founder and CEO of Curu. Curu helps lenders improve their lending portfolio by showing applicants the actions they need to take to get approved. Listen to this episode if you: Are interested in FinTech Are a bank or someone who works with evaluating credit Want an in-depth look at how David spends his day …
 
About this episode: Jo Lynn Clemens is the co-founder and CEO of I've Been Vetted. I've been Vetted helps organizations to boost company culture by creating greater transparency and accountability in the human capital supply chain. Listen to this episode if you: Are looking to create a safer workplace for your employees Want a safer and more scalab…
 
About this episode: Saoud Khalifah is the founder and CEO of Fakespot. Fakespot helps quickly tells you if a seller is reputable and offers alternatives if they are not to save you time, money, and frustration. Listen to this episode if you: Are a consumer that shops online often Cares more about the quality of reviews, not quality Are curious abou…
 
In his second appearance on the show (he first appeared on Episode 367), we chat with Benedikt Deicke from Userlist. Along with his co-founder, Jane Portman, they are building an easy to use customer messaging tool catered specifically towards SaaS companies. In this show, we talk about some of the challenges in building a product while working ful…
 
A leader can only be the best when he brings out the best in his people. Mario P. Fields, the co-owner and CEO of Global Inspirational Speakers, LLC, is someone who embodies this. In this episode, he joins Juliet Clark to talk about how he is taking the lead to find inspirational speakers and bringing their experiences to the world. He shares the o…
 
About this episode: Martel Metellus is the co-founder and CEO of Soko. Soko is the first discovery network for the Black community to connect, collaborate, and find new opportunities. Listen to this episode if you: Are a black person looking for other black people to do business with and to befriend Are practicing allyship and want to work with any…
 
About this episode: Ben Dobkin is the cofounder and CEO of Ode. Ode helps podcasters mobilize their fans and turn listeners into new consumers. Listen to this episode if you: Are a podcaster looking to know who your listeners are in more details Are a brand looking to best understand a podcaster's audience before sponsoring Are curious to hear how …
 
About this episode: Nash is the CEO and co-founder of Undock. Undock allows you to Instantly schedule, host and document meetings with your network. Listen to this episode if you: Don't love meetings and want a better management solution Want to hear about the way Undock tackles the time zone issues Are curious to hear the origin story of Undock Wa…
 
Coming up today: coronavirus super-spreaders, how Beijing crushed a spike in cases and the death of the great British office sandwichThe stories we talked about this week: We're about to enter the era of the coronavirus super-spreaderhttps://www.wired.co.uk/article/coronavirus-super-spreader-events-ukThe way Beijing tracked its second wave is a les…
 
About this episode: Stacey is the CEO and cofounder of Law Wurk. With Law Wurk, you get fast legal work done by their network of legal freelancers. Listen to this episode if you: Are interested in the legal tech world Are curious about the difference between lawyers and paralegals and what this means for startup founders Want to know how Stacey is …
 
Usha-Tummala -Narra is the Ph.D. Program Director of Counseling Psychology for Boston College. She’s currently conducting research on mental health and trauma within immigrant communities. We discuss The various effects that can occur when adjusting to a different culture, what mental and emotional cost that may take place, her approach to treatmen…
 
About this episode: Colm Hayden is the CEO and co-founder of Cadoo. Cadoo is the app that makes it easy to incentivize the people you love to use the apps and services you love. Listen to this episode if you: Want to get more in shape (or want a loved one to) Are already an avid user of Strava or Fitbit Want to understand how the incentives work on…
 
The term Product Led Growth is quickly becoming commonplace in the SaaS marketing and product world, but what does it mean when it comes to implementing this into your business practice? In this episode I sit down with Moritz Dausinger, founder of Refiner.io, to talk through how he is building a suite of tools to help founders and product marketers…
 
About this episode: Vanessa Onuegbu is the founder and CEO OF Bawler. Bawler is a social sharing and networking platform for written content, that allows any user to create, share, view, and connect for free. Listen to this episode if you: Are a writer Want to discover new writers Want to hear about Vanessa's strategy to get writers paid more Are c…
 
About this episode: Ryan is the CEO and co-founder of Impossible Diamond. Impossible Diamond allows people to create diamonds from thin air. Listen to this episode if you: Are interested in climate tech Are wondering to hear the science behind how this is possible Are curious to hear the origin story behind this company Want to know Ryan's backgrou…
 
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