The Updated Survival Guide for Bootstrapping SaaS
A few years ago, Omar Zenhom shared the story of how it went from being broke with fewer than 300 people on his email list to having 14,000 paying customers and 1 million attendees for WebinarNinja in 5 years.
We recently caught up with him to hear what he's been up to with WebinarNinja since then.
In this podcast, you'll hear about the following:
Setting goals and managing growth projections (6:11)
How WebinarNinja fared in the spring of summer of 2020 (6:57)
The specific adjustments he made to the company structure when the pandemic first started back in 2020 (13:40)
How his team structure has evolved since 2019 (26:55)
Where he sees the webinar landscape heading in the next 3-5 years (33:05)
The most surprising thing he’s learned to date running WebinarNinja (37:16)
Relevant links mentioned in this episode:
You can watch the original talk back here: https://bit.ly/surviving-bootstrapped-saas
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Omar Zenhom is co-founder and CEO of WebinarNinja, a super-simple online teaching, coaching, and marketing platform. Founded in 2014, over 2 million people have attended workshops and other events on WebinarNinja. WebinarNinja remains a self-funded software company with over 20,000 stakeholders- their customers.
He's also the host of the popular small business podcast, The $100 MBA Show.
Omar, WebinarNinja, and The $100 MBA Show have been featured in Inc, Forbes, Fast Company, Entrepreneur and Product Hunt, as well as numerous other small businesses blogs and podcasts.
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