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I’ll leave the legal and contractual answers to others. It’s tough to be fired if you control the majority of the board, voting shares, etc. More importantly though, the answer to me is transparency...

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Founders are guarded toward most VCs.  Perhaps they should be.  That’s a different, and longer conversation.  And one thing founders tend to worry about is — can I be fired by my investors? It’s...

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Welcome to Episode 171! Chetan Puttagunta is a General Partner @ NEA, one of the world’s largest venture capital firms in the world, with over $ 3Bn in their latest fund and a portfolio including the...

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While GAAP rules allow some flexibility here, generally most SaaS companies include: Hosting costs. E.g., AWS. Customer support costs. The salaries and expense of your support team. A % of Customer success...

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What’s most important is: Segment it. You’re already alluding to this. But generally, between Small, Medium and Larger customers because they will churn at different rates. Net (including upsell /...

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We’re on track to sell out the 1,000+ tickets for SaaStr Europa shortly — we only have about 100 standard tickets and 100 reserved for our inclusion program left.  (We’ve hoping to squeeze...

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One company, two sides of the funding debate. Medallia, #7 on Forbes’ 2017 top 100 private SaaS companies, bootstrapped for 10 years, then took $ 255M in investment from Sequoia Capital over the...

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In many ways, All of Them. Microsoft. Bought 86-DOS, turned into MS-DOS (which Gates did not invent), which in turn was an improved clone of CP/M. Did not invent BASIC, either. Office in many ways built...

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It sure sounds small for a full-time gig. If you end up doing 250x+ like Lowercase I, you can still make a lot of money. But the one thing that’s non-obvious with small funds is they often call all or...