A Decade of Learnings from Y Combinator (Video + Transcript)

SaaStr

Twitch started as an online reality TV show, and if you look at the story, it started in 2006, and by 2012 it was worth $24. Blog Posts Career Growth & Advice Early Leadership Marketing Other SaaStr Events Scale Videos michael seibel saastr saastr annual series a startup y combinator

Why Is Your Customer Success Role Incredibly Important?

TriTuns

Since 2006, Tri Tuns has been solely focused on helping SaaS vendors and buyers, all over the world, learn how to drive, accelerate and sustain adoption of technology. .

Why Is Your Customer Success Role Incredibly Important?

TriTuns

Since 2006, Tri Tuns has been solely focused on helping SaaS vendors and buyers, all over the world, learn how to drive, accelerate and sustain adoption of technology. . Why is your Customer Success role incredibly important?

Meet BetterCloud’s New Chief People Officer, Marjorie Ajero

BetterCloud

Her leadership at companies like Group Nine Media and Everyday Health has prepared her to successfully take on her new role as BetterCloud’s first chief people officer (CPO). Then I returned to New York City in 2006, and I’ve been here ever since. Why do you think it’s important for companies to diversify their leadership and be more mindful about who they choose to be parts of their executive teams and lead their companies as they scale?

Subscription Rockstars: How HubSpot Went From Zero to $500+ Million in Annual Revenue

Chargify

In 2006, Brian and Dharmesh started HubSpot with the aim of helping people grow their businesses through a less intrusive, more human approach to marketing. How to start a cult like HubSpot” , using the Internet to promote your product wasn’t a new idea in 2006.

How Fast Does a SaaS Startup Have to Grow to Survive?

Tom Tunguz

Large market; logical revenue model; rapid-adoption; stealth/secrecy; proper compensation of the leadership team. To cite one critical counterexample, Concur’s rapid revenue growth in 2006 and 2007 occurred after nearly a decade of tepid expansion. McKinsey released a study of high growth software companies entitled Grow Fast or Die Slow. One salient conclusion: If a software company grows at 20% annually, it has a 92 percent chance of ceasing to exist within a few years.

Benchmarking Netsuite's S-1 - How 7 Key SaaS Metrics Stack Up

Tom Tunguz

In 2006, according to the company’s S-1, the business shifted from longer term contracts to one year contracts. The company’s leadership position in SaaS ERP is undeniable and it’s a great example of how operational discipline can generate enormous businesses, even if the sales efficiency of the business isn’t at the top of the heap

How to Become a VP of Sales by the Time You’re 30

Sales Hacker

Are you ready to create predictable revenue based solely on your leadership skills? I joined the ranks of Prime Point Media in 2006 selling national accounts, and by 2008 I had built the entire Midwest territory. Don’t just hit your numbers, exhibit leadership.

PODCAST 58: Evolution of Scaling a Business and Shaping the Future of Modern Organization w/ Jake Dunlap

Sales Hacker

A lot of the work that we do is with executive leadership down to the front line teams. I worked at CareerBuilder where I got put through formal leadership development that I think a lot of startup leaders never get.

HubSpot’s Michael Redbord on staying in touch with your customers as you scale

Inside Intercom

In a company’s early days as a lean, mean, business machine, it’s fairly easy for leadership to stay in sync with their users. We coined the term way back in 2006 when we founded the company, and a lot of our story, historically speaking, has been around marketing.

PODCAST 58: Evolution of Scaling a Business and Shaping the Future of Modern Organization w/ Jake Dunlap

Sales Hacker

A lot of the work that we do is with executive leadership down to the front line teams. I worked at CareerBuilder where I got put through formal leadership development that I think a lot of startup leaders never get.

Run Less Software

Inside Intercom

Since 2006 the era of “Everything as a service” has advanced quickly. by Rich Archbold, Senior Director of Engineering at Intercom. It’s hard to win a battle you don’t realise you’re in.