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Thought Leaders in Cloud Computing: Sash Sunkara, CEO of Rackware (Part 4)

Posted on Saturday, Jun 24th 2017

Sramana Mitra: You talked about security as your opening trend. You’re a vendor that’s providing a very comprehensive stack. Are your security capabilities your own or do you work with other vendors that are providing the security capability?

Sash Sunkara: Both. There is a certain level of security that is integrated into our product. We encrypt in a variety of ways in transit as well as at rest. However, we’re not a security software provider. We do integrate with several partners in providing a higher-level of security. As I mentioned, we do financial services as well as government entities. They have higher security >>>

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8 Women Founders on Building Their Startups in Podcasts

Posted on Friday, Jun 23rd 2017

Entrepreneurs, especially woman entrepreneurs, looking for some inspirational and informative startup founders to share their unique perspectives and lessons learned, will find several success stories worth following in this selection of 30-minute podcasts.

Therese Tucker, Founder and CEO of BlackLine, is a very successful female entrepreneur who followed our core philosophy of bootstrap first, raise money later. When I first met her in 2009, her company was in the $10 million revenue range. Subsequently, it has continued to grow at 50% CAGR year over year, and Therese raised private equity funding in 2013 to take liquidity for herself and her team. The company has since gone public at a Unicorn valuation.

Stephanie Leffler, CEO of OneSpace, has done a prior successful, bootstrapped venture from St. Louis and exited it. This time round, she has bootstrapped to about $350k in revenue and then raised venture capital from Highland Capital and others. Stephanie is a damn compelling entrepreneur.
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328th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Stephanie Leffler, OneSpace

Posted on Friday, Jun 23rd 2017

Stephanie Leffler, CEO of OneSpace, has done a prior successful, bootstrapped venture from St. Louis and exited it. This time round, she has bootstrapped to about $350k in revenue and then raised venture capital from Highland Capital and others. Stephanie is a damn compelling entrepreneur.

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290th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with Jana Francis, Steals.com

Posted on Friday, Jun 23rd 2017

Jana Francis, Founder and President of Steals.com, has experienced significant challenges in building her bootstrapped company from Utah. She candidly discussed these challenges, and her experiences are eye-opening and inspiring.

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269th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast With Betsy Corcoran, EdSurge

Posted on Friday, Jun 23rd 2017

Betsy Corcoran, Founder and CEO of EdSurge, is an authority on the subject of educational technology.

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284th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast with JT O’Donnell, Work It Daily

Posted on Friday, Jun 23rd 2017

J.T. O’Donnell, a top 20 LinkedIn Influencer, and CEO of Work It Daily (formerly Careerealism and CareerHMO), shares what she is seeing from the career coaching perspective. Our observations about this gigantic trend of people starting companies while holding onto their full-time jobs, is from the entrepreneurship perspective. J.T. is in the middle of the decision-making process as people are trying to decide how to play their careers and when to become entrepreneurs.

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329th 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast With Janet Kosloff, InCrowd

Posted on Friday, Jun 23rd 2017

Janet Kosloff, Co-Founder and CEO at InCrowd, has bootstrapped her company, then raised about $2.5 million in funding and hit $10 million in revenue in 2016. She shares insights from her journey.

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353rd 1Mby1M Entrepreneurship Podcast With Heidi Jannenga, WebPT

Posted on Friday, Jun 23rd 2017

Heidi Jannenga, Co-founder and President at WebPT, yet another scrappy entrepreneur who managed to bootstrap to over $1M ARR and THEN raised the first million in angel funding.

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