Jan 12, 2021
Jon Hainstock is a SaaS entrepreneur with decades of experience. He recently sold and exited his software business, ZoomShift, a tool that helps small businesses manage their work schedules and employee timesheets. Before this, Jon was the Co-founder of Tailwind Creative, a digital marketing agency.
Jon’s biggest professional goal is to be a full-time creator and the owner of multiple software companies. Currently, his creative outlets and hobbies include Ruby on Rails web development, music, photography, and local lead generation.
Do you want to successfully build, scale, and sell a SaaS business? Are you looking for tried-and-true strategies for when, why, and how to sell your company? If so, this episode of the Quiet Light Podcast is for you.
In order to ensure the most successful exit possible, you first have to evaluate the transferability of your business. In other words: can your business thrive in someone else’s hands? By identifying and analyzing key elements of your business, such as staff, vendors, workload, and more, you can discover—and create solutions for—any issues that will impede its transferability.
In this episode of the Quiet Light Podcast, Co-host Mark Daoust sits down with Jon Hainstock, SaaS entrepreneur and former Co-founder of ZoomShift, to discuss the process of founding, scaling, and transfering a SaaS business. Listen in as Jon reveals the difficulty of finding a true product/market fit, how to begin the exit planning process, and why the most important question to ask yourself is this: are you happy in your job? Stay tuned for more!