In this episode, we talk to Andrew Lee Miller, founder of the GrowthExperts startup coaching program, AndrewStartups.com and author of […]
In this episode, we talk to Tom Dunlop, co-founder and CEO of Summize, an innovative contract management platform. We discuss the founding journey, how Tom was able to take his experience of working for in-house legal teams and modernise contract management. We also discuss the importance of focus and how to ensure you are optimising for the right outcomes as the business scales.
In this episode, we talk to Simon Ritchie, CEO of Blox, an early-stage startup aiming to make financial modelling more accessible to businesses of all sizes. We learn how they took a ‘spreadsheet problem’ and developed an intuitive platform that allows businesses to rapidly create financial models and make better business decisions without needing a degree in finance.
In this episode, we talk to Guy Golan, CEO of Performanta, a Global business focusing on cyber safety. We discuss the differences between cyber security and cyber safety, the role naming that category can have in the eyes of your customers, and what it looks like to scale a business to hundreds of employees.
In this episode, we talk to Shameer Sachdev, founder of FinTech marketing agency Growth Gorilla and discuss their startup scaling methodology, the importance of metrics and understanding when and how to scale.
In this episode we talk to Luba Chudnovets, co-founder of Cordless, a company built on those lessons plus cutting-edge AI, aiming to transform the world of customer support.
In this episode, we talk to Ed Plunkett from WithYouWithMe and learn how they tackle the digital skills gap while making a positive social impact. We hear how they throw away the CV and focus on attitude and potential to empower better employment decisions and opportunities.
In this episode, we talk to Gary Borham, co-founder of HitPauze, a company bringing the auto-responder into the modern world of messaging and social media. We learn how and why Gary has declared a war on screens.
In this episode, we talk to Kirsty Dawe, a B2B marketing expert and CEO of Webeo, an advanced platform that allows marketing teams to dynamically personalise their websites. We learn the importance of developing an ICP and the power of staying true to that, as well as discuss the relationship between content and outbound efforts in sales and marketing.
In this episode, we hear from Luciana Gasser, co-founder of Cheers Contracts, and learn how an Equifax data breach led to her deciding to start a SaaS company. We learn how she leveraged networking to get her business off the ground as a non-technical founder.