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you have nearly 25,000 retailers on board. did you expect such rapid growth when you initially launched in 2012?
who do you see as your target audience? how are you reaching them?
what was technically the most challenging part of developing zoomshift?
what was technically the most challenging part of developing hoop.la?
what is the biggest hurdle you have faced or are still facing?
was it a difficult decision to resign from your job as a police officer?
how do you differentiate yourselves from your competitors?
what advice would you offer to any soon to be startup founders out there?
what do you wish you’d have known ten years ago that you know now?
has designmynight got the feedback and growth you expected since launching 2011?
tell us a bit about your background before marketizator.
what do you find most interesting and rewarding in terms of running your own business?
how do you differentiate yourselves from your competitors?
what gap in the market did you discover that persuaded you to launch claromentis in 1998?
what is the biggest hurdle you have faced or are still facing?
as uk & europe’s leading provider of online and offline marketing information for businesses, cardell knows that entrepreneurs can’t rely on one of anything - whether it’s one key customer or client, one key employee, one key supplier, one key product or price, or one key marketing method.
you’ve received over nz$145 million in funding and have market capitalisation in excess of $700 million. now with over 200,000 users, what do you attribute your success with xero to?
podio was acquired by citrix systems in april 2012. what were the motivations behind this decision?
what do you wish you’d have known 5 years ago that you know now?
what is one mistake you’ve made, and what did you learn from it?
where do you see mailchimp in another ten years time?
how did your interest and specialty in software-as-a-service develop?
who are the other co-founders of hubspot?
jotform's domain name was shut down at the request of the us secret service last month. what happened, how did your users respond, and how has it affected business?
tell us a bit about your background.
you're on track to reach $15-20m in revenue this year. what have been the main factors that have led to your success?
what advantages does odesk have over its competitors?
github is completely bootstrapped, did you ever consider pitching for funding?
how did max levchin (paypal founder) become involved with evernote?
where have you had the most traction? web applications, mobile or enterprise?
you host over 30,000 websites, when did wp engine begin to gain traction?
what are you most excited about at the moment?
what do you wish you’d have know 5 years ago?
you were funded by y combinator winter 2011. would you recommend applying?
how did sitepoint make it through the dot-com bubble?
where do you see dabble in 5 years time?
how did you spread the word about the change in name?
what’s the most inspiring story you have come across so far?
how many photographs are uploaded on an average day?
what’s the biggest mistake you’ve made?
has bundlr got the feedback and growth you expected since launch?
do you think making forrst exclusive has been one of the main reasons for its success?
what advice would you give to your past-self on becoming formstack ceo?
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share: follow: tweet follow @doeswhat interviews with founders and ceos startups ecommerce contact newsletter you have nearly 25,000 retailers on board. did you expect such rapid growth when you initially launched in 2012? the fact that 25,000 retailers around the world have purchased microbiz software does show that our solutions meet the needs of small retailers. it’s... kevin kogler microbiz continue reading who do you see as your target audience? how are you reaching them? our primary target audience is b2b salespeople who use salesforce.com. we are reaching them by embedding ourselves in the salesforce ecosystem including... scott pielsticker contactmonkey continue reading what was technically the most challenging part of developing zoomshift? keeping it simple. scheduling is a complex problem, and everyone seems to approach it a bit differently. we found out pretty quick that... benjamin bartling zoomshift continue reading what was technically the most challenging part of developing hoop.la? the biggest challenge was and is keeping things incredibly easy to use even as we add more features and extend the breadth of the application. our... ted o'neill hoop.la continue reading what is the biggest hurdle you have faced or are still facing? the biggest hurdle lies in business development: it takes a long time to get from initial contact with a travel brand to actually signing the contract. everybody... joris vertommen citytrip planner continue reading was it a difficult decision to resign from your job as a police officer? it wasn’t a difficult decision to make because i wasn’t enjoying the job anymore, long shifts and not enough time spent with family and friends. i... robert ryall dateinadash continue reading how do you differentiate yourselves from your competitors? client acquisition cost is very high in our industry. from the very beginning, we were clear that we have to deliver quality services at affordable pricing to... manish bhalla fatbit technologies continue reading what advice would you offer to any soon to be startup founders out there? i would encourage all would-be startup founders to pursue their dream and make it a reality. in my experience there is no “perfect moment” to start a... ander michelena ticketbis continue reading what do you wish you’d have known ten years ago that you know now? managing multiple products is like managing multiple businesses at once. it is much easier to do this later than... shalin jain happyfox continue reading has designmynight got the feedback and growth you expected since launching 2011? receiving half a million pound investment was great feedback for us in terms of reassuring us that... nick and andrew designmynight continue reading tell us a bit about your background before marketizator. i’m from romania, born in the communist period. i began my mission as an entrepreneur mid 2000s when i bought cable internet in bucharest... valentin radu marketizator continue reading what do you find most interesting and rewarding in terms of running your own business? what i find most interesting and rewarding is how we have witnessed the creation of our company from only a few employees in a small office, to... kosta gara vionic continue reading how do you differentiate yourselves from your competitors? through our consignment service, we have created a new market instead of competing with all of the "watch buyers" out there. the problem with selling... hamilton powell crown and caliber continue reading what gap in the market did you discover that persuaded you to launch claromentis in 1998? in the early days we were experimenting with consultancy and websites like a lot of small tech companies – trying to find our way. then we started... nigel davies claromentis continue reading what is the biggest hurdle you have faced or are still facing? the biggest hurdle i’ve faced and continue to face is that i’m not a marketer. my background is in programming. as a result, a big challenge for me is... matthew edgar springtrax continue reading phil libin evernote founder read interview how involved are you with the hiring process? not just hiring, but building the team is a fundamentally important thing, it may be the most important thing... gary brewer builtwith founder read interview what do you wish you’d have know 5 years ago? i wish eric ries had written “the lean startup” in 2007. the passage in the book about him spending 6 months... as uk & europe’s leading provider of online and offline marketing information for businesses, cardell knows that entrepreneurs can’t rely on one of anything - whether it’s one key customer or client, one key employee, one key supplier, one key product or price, or one key marketing method. freeing yourself from that dependency should drive your entrepreneurial actions every day,” he said. “you need to have enough customers so that if, despite your best efforts, you lose some, it doesn’t matter.”... chris cardell continue reading you’ve received over nz$145 million in funding and have market capitalisation in excess of $700 million. now with over 200,000 users, what do you attribute your success with xero to? doing the foundations right, building an excellent team, focussing on the customer and building the right global culture. building a big horizontal app like... rod drury xero continue reading podio was acquired by citrix systems in april 2012. what were the motivations behind this decision? we were approached by citrix who had some interesting ideas. they had various really successful online products, leaders in video conferencing with... jon froda podio continue reading what do you wish you’d have known 5 years ago that you know now? 5 years ago i was 19 years old and i had just started studying business administration. i didn’t know what a startup was, i didn’t... cathrine andersen canvasdropr continue reading what is one mistake you’ve made, and what did you learn from it? taking on projects just for the money. whenever we closed on a large project without having a deep connection with the client, they have... chuck longanecker hello bar continue reading where do you see mailchimp in another ten years time? not sure what business we’ll be in, but i’m pretty sure we’ll be coming to work in jet packs. bet on it... ben chestnut mailchimp continue reading how did your interest and specialty in software-as-a-service develop? i’m passionate about the online software revolution. installing and maintaining desktop software is generally a pain in the a#@. years ago, i recognized... daryl bernstein rightsignature continue reading who are the other co-founders of hubspot? 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