Mubashar is the co-founder at Founderpath, a platform that helps SaaS Founders get capital without selling any equity. Mubs has been tinkering with computers since he was about 8 years old and started building websites in 1995. He loves making many things, a perk that led him to be selected as ProductHunt’s maker of the year for 2016, runner up in 2015 and 2017.
At the beginning of his career, he worked mostly with Internet startups in San Francisco and New York. Now he’s been trying to help others to make more products and most recently he’s been building SaaS Businesses in just one hour a day.
For the last nine years, he has been living in New York’s Tech Valley with his wife Robin and his 2 daughters.
During this interview we cover:
00:00 – Intro
01:15 – Mubs Background & Launching Founderpath
03:06 – SaaS In An Hour a Day Project
04:49 – Is One Hour A Day Feasible For Any Founder To Build a SaaS?
07:17 – Playbook from validating to building your product
14:03 – Initial Costs Bootstrapping Your SaaS Project
15:38 – Useful & Practicals Tools When Building a SaaS
19:39 – SaaS Funding Without Giving Up Equity
21:56 – 96 SaaS Businesses so Far instead Of Focusing On One
25:13 – Product-Market Fit as Quick As Possible
27:14 – Quick Balance Between Growth, MVP, Soft Launching & Promoting
28:35 – Least Effective & Failed Growth Experiments
31:01 – Partner With Like-Minded Experts out of your Skill Sets
32:23 – Advice & Tools For Non-Technical People That Want To Make a SaaS
37:25 – What Does Success Means To Mubs Today
– One Hour SaaS
– Laravel PHP Framework
– Indie Hackers
– RSS Feed
– Nathan Latka
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