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Dave Gerhardt on Content Marketing Without the Gimmicks

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Subscribe on iTunes Today on the Early-Stage Founder Show, I’m talking with Dave Gerhardt, the Director of Marketing at Drift, a messaging app designed to help you grow your business. Dave has spent the last 6 years work at SaaS marketing companies like HubSpot and Constant Contact, and after joining Drift he and his team have produced tremendous results by bucking the mainstream. In our...

Steve Tingiris on Unconventional Strategies to Fund Your Startup

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Today on the Early-Stage Founder Show, I’m talking with Steve Tingiris, a serial entrepreneur and angel investor. But Steve isn’t here to say you need to go down the traditional path of fundraising.  Instead he talks about the different funding options for founders, and draws on his experience of selling 3 startups himself (as well as investing in many others) to share honest...

Chris Lema on How to Build High-Performing Teams

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Today’s guest on the Early Stage Founder Show is Chris Lema (Twitter) who is one of the best storytellers I’ve run into and after hearing him speak at a conference, I knew I needed to get him on the show. While Chris has decades of experience doing just about everything with software companies, and doing it well, for this interview we dive into how startups can build, and keep...

Craig Hewitt on How to Grow Your Startup By Launching a Podcast

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Today I’m talking with Craig Hewitt of Podcast Motor, a full-service podcast editing and production service that helps entrepreneurs take the heavy lifting out of podcasting so they can focus on creating content and growing their audience. I think podcasts are one of the most powerful tools a startup can use to compliment their content marketing and accelerate their growth, but they...

Casey Cobb on Building a Business Without 80-Hour Weeks

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In this episode of The Early Stage Founder, I’m talking with Casey Cobb of Project Ricochet, and many, many other projects. He actively works with and advises 6 different businesses, from tech startups to a brewery, and does all of this while working 40 hours a week, allowing him plenty of time to be an active father and husband. Casey’s success flies in the face of the common startup...

Henry Poydar on Escaping Notification Hell

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Hey everybody, welcome back to episode number six of the early stage founder show, the podcast for B2B SaaS founders looking to accelerate their growth. I’m your host, Andy Baldacci, and every Tuesday I’ll bring you a brand new interview with startup founders, venture capitalists, consultants, anybody who has been there before and can provide actionable lessons to help your startup...