[Escape Velocity] – Episode 33 – Kevin McArdle @ SureSwift Capital

How do you sell your SaaS? I mean… how does that process actually look, end to end, from meeting a buyer to pocketing a 7+ figure paycheck? Buying and selling a business isn’t like walking into a store, picking an item off the shelf and approaching the counter. There are valuations, due diligence, escrow accounts, handover processes, and more… before the massive paychecks can get cashed. It’s quite a process.

[Escape Velocity] – Episode 18 – BJ Lackland at LighterCapital.com

“If only we had money, we could…” It’s a story I’ve heard a thousand times. Startups heaving a sigh, wishing they had investors to fund the awkward early stages. Scraping to get your software in shape… Working 60+ hour weeks… Can’t afford to hire people so you’re wearing every hat for every department… But the dark side of receiving VC funding is that you lose a massive slice of your company. It can be VERY expensive.

Every SaaS Founder Should Know This to Exit Their Company For a Major Payday

Recently one of my coaching clients exited his SaaS company for $90MIL. That was on  $860K in monthly recurring revenues. Literally 100X his MRR became his selling price. In case that isn’t clear...  He made $90 million in a single sale, walking freely into an early retirement. There is some serious money to be made in a well-built SaaS... When you hear stories of overnight millionaires, it’s often some tech founder who exited their company for a huge sale.

Do You Want Fries With That? Wholesome Upsell Techniques That Drive Expansion Revenue

When I was building my company, Flowtown, I remember one of our potential investors talking about Expansion Revenue. I thought “Uhh… okay. What the heck is that?” You don’t wanna learn about this stuff FROM potential investors. Staring at them wide-eyed when they outsmart you doesn’t exactly scream ‘good investment’. But now I know how to use upselling to increase customer retention and leverage Expansion Revenue. It makes a real difference. I’ve used it in my own businesses and now

Why Investors Don’t Want to Meet You & The 3 Phases to Getting a Meeting Anyway

Years ago I attempted to raise money for my first company, Flowtown, with my co-founder Ethan. You know what we did? We cold emailed investors.  We figured “We have a startup, they invest in startups... so surely they want to hear from us”, and hoped our confidence would cut through the noise. It didn’t work. Obviously. They didn’t even bother to reply. So we hunted for advice and came across Naval from AngelList.  Everything he said about fundraising just… clicked.