A podcast for the first time founder

The aSaaSins podcast helps first time founders build technology startups and take their companies from zero to one. We also do a weekly recap on early stage (Seed, Series A) B2B SaaS companies that are doing big things.

By subscribing to this podcast, you will become a better company founder (aka an aSaaSin).

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About the show

On the aSaaSins podcast, you'll hear real stories from founders on their experiences on topics like raising seed capital, finding product-market fit, acquiring customers, building a team, and scaling their businesses.

  • Created for and by first time SaaS founders
  • New episodes every Friday
  • Practical startup advice that you'll actually use.
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What our listeners say

Join 1,000s of other founders on their journeys to build better companies.

The guidance we got from Justin and his experience building Disco helped us sign our first paid pilots and raise our seed round.

Chris Weis Thomasen, CEO of Seasony

The stories on the aSaaSins podcast mirrored so many of the challenges we faced in the early days. Practical advice for any founder building their first company.

Schuyler Brown, Cofounder of strongDM

Love the aSaaSins pod! We built SoundingBoard while Justin was building Disco so it was cool to hear more about their journey.

Christine Tao, CEO of SoundingBoard

Refreshing to hear an authentic account of what it takes to build a company.  Fun to be a part of Justin's journey and hear the full story.

Kristen Berman, Cofounder of Irrational Labs

No BS about all of the BS that goes into building something great. Love the aSaaSins pod.

Cody Candee, CEO of Bounce

Justin's perspective and guidance on  sales were crucial as we were founding our company. Worth every minute!

Daniel JamesCohen, CEO of Zen

About the host

Justin started his career at Intuit as a product manager across the company's payroll, payments, and small business divisions.

In 2011, he left product management to join the "dark side" of B2B sales and has held sales management, strategy, and quota carrying roles at companies like Gigya (acquired by SAP), Nomi (acquired by Brickstream), and Intuit.

In his career, Justin has closed more than $20M in SaaS ARR.

Justin Vandehey

Entrepreneur & Podcaster

Justin was the cofounder of Disco, the first company built on Slack and Microsoft Teams. After growing Disco from $0 to seven figures in ARR (and profitable), he sold the company to Culture Amp, an industry leader in employee engagement solutions.

Justin currently leads partnerships and business development for Culture Amp. He is an advisor for the Alchemist Accelerator and also invests in early stage B2B startups.