Jeroen talks about what killed Flash, the value business schools give, and how Salesflare, the CRM he co-founded, sums up against other names like Monday.com. Here, Jeroen also recalls his own experience building Salesflare and how this gives insight to whoever plans to maximize their startup's operation for quicker revenue generation.
In this episode you will learn:
- Chad Willardson – behind computers then, now, businesses
- Should you get into a business school?
- A poor follow up system can lose huge revenues
- About Salesflare
- How should startups evaluate their core idea?
- and so much more!
About Jeroen Corthout:
Jeroen Corthout is the Co-Founder of Salesflare, an intelligent CRM that startups and small businesses love to use. It's a zero-input sales pipeline tool that thinks and works for its user, not the other way around. No more manual data entry. Salesflare fills out your address book and keeps track of all interactions with the people you're in contact with.
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