KD Deshpande is a co-founder and CEO of Simplified, the all-in-one design platform where freelancers, entrepreneurs and teams can collaborate, scale, and grow their content. KD is an entrepreneurial product leader who founded two SaaS companies, built teams & products from the ground up, raised venture capital, and successfully sold the business through an M&A exit. In this episode, we sat down with KD to talk about the evolution of the design space over the past several years, and new design tools that meet the demands of a new generation of designers and design-oriented organizations.
Jeff Solomon is a 6x founder with 3 exits, most notably selling his SaaS CRM company Velocify in 2017 for $128M. He co-founded the accelerator Amplify.la in Los Angeles (with 100+ investments across 5 funds). For the last 6 years he's been teaching high school entrepreneurship and is one of the top advisors on Clarity.fm. In this episode, we are talking with Jeff about the art of customer development.
Jeff Solomon Personal Site: https://bak.me
Customer Development Course on Udemy: https://www.udemy.com/course/startup-customer-development-finding-product-market-fit/?referralCode=799B301D2B1854B56CEA
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Mike Fishbein's list of customer development questions:
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