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Hotjar’s David Darmanin: Transforming a Passion for Design and User Experience into a Super-Smart Tool

The article below is taken from SaaS Mag Issue 4. To order your free copy, click here.  David Darmanin, the founder and chief executive of Hotjar, has been passionate about design for almost as long as he can remember. “At heart, I am a designer,” Darmanin says, “and the reason for that is in my office. I …

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Companies Hiring Amid Coronavirus Chaos

To order your free copy of SaaS Mag, click here.  President Trump initially wanted to reopen the U.S. economy by April 12 but has instead extended social distancing until the end of the month. This move could be the start of a mass mobilization of the country’s workforce, as many have been laid off.  However, during this period, many companies continue to hire. Industries …

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Basecamp co-Founder David Heinemeier Hansson on: The Founding of Ethical SaaS

The article below is taken from SaaS Mag Issue 3. To order your free copy, click here.  David Heinemeier Hansson co-founded Basecamp (originally known as 37Signals) over two decades ago alongside Jason Fried. Basecamp caters to all sized companies, big and small, and remains popular for businesses of all niches. Hansson and the Basecamp team believe in …

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Asana COO Chris Farinacci on: Selling SaaS in the New Generation of Enterprise

Chris Farinacci has made his way through Silicon Valley, working for enterprise tech institutions that, today, have become household names. As the CMO for Google for Work and Google for Education, Chris scaled both divisions into multi-billion-dollar businesses. Before that, as Vice President of Application Marketing at Oracle, he gained valuable experience in product marketing …

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Cracking Categories: Interview with Tom Gonser, DocuSign Founder

DocuSign began trading on the Nasdaq at $38 per share on April 27, 2018 after being priced at $29 per share the evening before its public debut. By the end of the trading day, DocuSign shares had hit an intraday high of $40.69 and secured a market cap of $4.4 billion—over one-third higher than the …

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