My guest in this episode is Dave Nevogt is a co-founder of Hubstaff, a time tracking software for remote teams. Hubstaff allows managers to see time spent on projects, screenshots, activity levels, in-depth reports and timesheets. Dave has been founding companies since 2004 with his first success coming at 23.
In this episode, we discuss how to generate recurring income from a software, managing virtual teams, how to find partners and build high-performance teams in your business, how to use SaaS to get rich and also share insightful information when building your company.
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