Part Two of Value SaaS on founder outcomes

Meaningful founder outcomes refers to  being able to control and make your own choices even if that choice is to exit. Rajan says by focusing on the process,  outcomes will happen. Exiting with huge profit might be luring but when and how it has to happen must be well thought of. Apart from that Rajan

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Part One of Value SaaS on Value Pricing

What does value pricing mean? Rajan simply puts Value pricing as cost plus and value minus. It means deriving value of your product not through features but the value it provides to customers.   He urges us to focus on value before growth hypothesis and how that becomes mantra for a value Saas Company. What

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The Beginning of Value SaaS in the World

Value SaaS Series – The Beginning… This video is first in the Value SaaS Series. Prasanna Krishnamoorthy and Shekar Nair of Upekkha Accelerator talk about what is Value SaaS? And why is it relevant at this point of time. Its the beginning of Value SaaS Series in the World, We also have snippets where Kalyan

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Coming Soon The Value SaaS Series

  Are you a Value SaaS Business? Here we are discussing businesses that we consider can be part of Value SaaS Series. More startups die from digestion than starvation. A large amount of initial funding blocks the start of operations in directions where they may not be adapted to market and market conditions. This causes

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Promo on Value SaaS Series

Don’t Be a Vanity SaaS. Be a Value SaaS business. This is a Promo on Value SaaS Series that is upcoming. When it comes time for part of the trip with your business, you can try selling it to someone else. One of the first questions I can think of is “how much does my

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The three different types of Entrepreneurs

  Lets talk about different kinds of Entrepreneurs. So what kind of Entrepreneur are you? – A surfer, voyager or a fisherman. Surfers cannot work for any company. In principle, it is not possible to rent a job. They are intelligent, argued, without BS, additive, sometimes arrogant. They will introduce the system. When they build

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Startup 101 Tech Series – How to Evaluate Market Size and Data

 We require a viable market size and data analysis of our start-up for decision making or fundraising. Firstly you need to have credible sources to arrive at accurate market size and data. Further, we have to use tools like TAM report to understand competition and customer growth over the next few years. So, how

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