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How Do You Sell SaaS Software to Enterprise Businesses? Selling SaaS to enterprises often represents a bit of a pain point for SaaS startups so in this article I’m going to examine why you should persevere with enterprise sales. I’ll explain what are the benefits and challenges of selling your SaaS software to large companies, I’ll share the enterprise selling techniques that have worked for Leadfeeder as we’ve grown to a valuation of 5 millions euros, and I’ll talk about about how we are specifically building our self-service SaaS software with enterprise accounts in mind.
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5 Best eCommerce Platforms for Multi-Vendor Marketplaces This post digs into 5 popular platforms used to create multi-vendor marketplaces. View real screenshots and discover how these platforms compare.
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59 Entrepreneurs Share their Best Tip on How to Start a New Business Want to start a new business? View our list of 59 entrepreneur tips on how to start a business and grow a successful brand on the internet.
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Case Study: How Mike Moloney Bootstrapped FilterGrade FilterGrade (site: https://filtergrade.com/) is a marketplace where photographers, designers, and other creative entrepreneurs buy and sell their digital products. Looking at it, you’d never guess that it is run by two teenagers; 20-year-old founder Mike Moloney and 18-year-old co-founder Matt Moloney.

How did Mike, who launched FilterGrade when he was only 15, manage to bootstrap a profitable startup at such a young age?
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How Firedrop Used the Growing Popularity of A.I. to Gain 4,000 Users Before Launch Before Firedrop (www.firedrop.ai) even opened its virtual doors, it had more than 4,000 active users in place. The concept for the company developed in 2015, they sought out investors, secured funding and opened their doors by February of 2017, when they released the Beta version to those pre-registered users.

Read the story of their success here.
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