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Craig Hewitt of Castos

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Today, I’m talking with Craig Hewitt, the Founder of both Castos, a company that provides beautifully simple podcast hosting, and PodcastMotor where they provide turnkey, end-to-end podcast editing and production services, and also the co-host of the RogueStartups Podcast. Craig was on this podcast almost 3 years ago and in the time since not only has his passion for podcasting grown, but so has...

Sujan Patel of Ramp Ventures

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Today, I’m talking with Sujan Patel, the Co-founder of Ramp Ventures, the team behind Mailshake, RightInbox, LinkTexting.com, VoilaNorbert, Quuu, Narrow.io, and Pick.co. I’ve been fortunate to get to know Sujan since my first interview with him a couple of years ago, and he has made a huge impact on how I approach business. Whether it’s help with introductions, getting into the nitty gritty...

Andy Baldacci with SaberSim Update #2

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Andy shares an update on what’s happening with his SaaS startup, SaberSim.com
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First update on SaberSim

Henry Poydar of Status Hero

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Today, I’m talking with Henry Poydar, the founder and CEO of Status Hero, a SaaS startup designed to sync up your team, unearth obstacles, inform stakeholders, and cut through all of the noise. It’s a tool used today in small startups as well as bigger companies like Adobe, Comcast, and Nike. Henry was one of the very first guests I had on the podcast more than two years back and when I started...

Kyle Racki of Proposify

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Today, I’m talking with Kyle Racki, the Founder and CEO of Proposify and author of the new book, Free Trials and Tribulations: How to Build a Business While Getting Punched in the Mouth. Continuing the trend of recurring guests, Kyle first came on the podcast 2 years ago after Proposify went through a phase of hockey stick growth. In 2015, they went from $5k MRR to $75k and then they doubled in...

Christopher Gimmer of Snappa

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Today, I’m talking with Christopher Gimmer, the Co-Founder and CEO of Snappa, a SaaS startup that lets you create online graphics in a snap. Chris first came on the show almost exactly a year ago and shared how he grew Snappa to $20k MRR in just one year. As a MicroConf regular, it’s been great to catch up with him out in Vegas and hear how business is going but it’s not usually polite to grill...