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Lessons From A Serial Entrepreneur Turned Software Executive
By Abby Sorensen, Software Executive Magazine

How to keep it simple for investors, developers, salespeople, and customers.

How To Scale For Growth
By Stu Sjouwerman, KnowBe4, Inc.

Tips from a CEO whose company debuted on the Inc. 500 list at #139

High-Tech Software, High-Touch Service
By Matt Pillar, Software Executive Magazine

How did a home-baked appointment program for mom-and-pop businesses blossom into a tier-one application for international enterprises? Sales savvy and a relentless focus on user experience.

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6 Takeaways From Corum Group's Software M&A Briefing
By Abby Sorensen, Software Executive Magazine

Even if you don’t ultimately sell your software company, it can still be worthwhile to go through the process of positioning your company to sell. In addition to building key relationships with C-level executives at potential buyers, it will provide invaluable insight about how to refine your business model.

Is Your Software Company Safe From Harassment Allegations?
By Abby Sorensen, Software Executive Magazine

Your software company says it doesn’t discriminate. Your company proactively promotes equality and inclusion. However, you still need the paper trail to back it up in case you are ever accused of harassment or discrimination.

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