Founders & Friends Podcast has been recently named as one of the Top 11 Best Accounting Podcasts for Accountants & Controllers and #12 in the Top 30 Startup Podcasts You Must Follow in 2020.
Kruze Consulting’s Chief Operating Officer, Scott Orn, had the honor to interview some of the leading startup founders, executives, venture capitalists, lenders, lawyers, bankers and service providers in our Founders and Friends startup podcast series. We want to share with you all the top five most popular startup podcasts in 2019.
We would love to hear from you if you have any questions!
Here are our top 5 startup podcasts in 2019:
#1- Andrew Miller, EVP of Ops of the Toronto Blue Jays talks about operating a professional sports franchise
In this episode, Andrew Miller, Executive Vice President of Business Operations of the Toronto Blue Jays, discusses aligning an organization to focus on a single goal, winning.
You can listen to the podcast with Andrew Miller here.
#2- Parker Conrad explains how to bring Payroll, Benefits, HR & IT together with Rippling
In this episode, you can learn about how Parker Conrad founded Rippling to simplify a startup’s entire back-office by uniting Payroll, Benefits, HR & IT.
You can listen to the podcast with Parker Conrad here.
#3- Robbie Mitchell of Frame.ai on building a business intelligence stack for customer communications
Listen to Robbie Mitchell, Head of Operations of Frame.ai, discussing his founder journey - and explaining how companies are integrating their customer conversations and using machine learning to create a business intelligence stack for important customer communications.
You can listen to the podcast with Robbie Mitchell here.
#4- Dave Schappell talks about raising seed and VC funding as a repeat entrepreneur
Dave Schappell of My Perfect Color talks about raising seed and VC funding as a repeat entrepreneur, and what metrics he uses to help get investors excited about his startup.
You can listen to the podcast with Dave Schappell here.
#5- Mark MacLeod of SurePath Capital Partners breaks down the SMB SaaS M&A market
In this podcast, Mark MacLeod of SurePath Capital Partners, an investment banker to fast-growing SMB software startups, dives into how SaaS companies prepare for an exit. Learn what a SaaS startup has to do to be acquired, what the M&A process is like, and how to maximize the probability of an exit.
You can listen to the podcast with Mark MacLeod here.
We hope you enjoy this compilation of our most popular 2019 startup podcast! You can listen to all of the Founders and Friends startup episodes here, and also you can find them on iTunes and SoundCloud.