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Startups For the Rest of Us

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Follow the founders of MicroConf as they start, acquire, and sometimes sell SaaS companies. They'll fail a bit, succeed a bit more, and take you with them on the tumultuous life of two entrepreneurs.


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Episode 453 | How a Non-Technical Founder Built and Sold a Multi-million Dollar SaaS Startup with Jeff Epstein
Show Notes In this episode of Startups For The Rest Of Us, Rob interviews Jeff Epstein, Founder of Ambassador, about building and selling his multi-million dollar startup as a non-technical founder. They dive deep into the details of the acquisitio…
Episode 452 | LinkedIn Outreach, New Features vs. Fixing Bugs and More Listener Questions with Jordan Gal
Show Notes In this episode of Startups For The Rest Of Us, Rob and Jordan Gal answer a number of listener questions on topics including LinkIn outreach, building features versus fixing bugs and more. Items mentioned in this episode: CartHook UpCou…
Episode 451 | Stellar Growth, Platform Risk, Layoffs and Powering Through Roadblocks with Laura Roeder
Show Notes In this episode of Startups For The Rest Of US, Rob interview Laura Roeder, Founder and CEO of MeetEdgar. They talk about her fast success with growing MeetEdgar, dealing with platform risks, and the humbling experience with her second v…


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frasercobb reviewed this podcast on Jun 11th, 2017
"Great podcast to learn about starting a startup, lots of actionable tips."

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Sep 24th, 2013
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Jul 9th, 2019
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