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Business is Boring #42

open this image in new window: Business is Boring 42. Gemma Hurst and Marcus Radich

This article was published on 13 April 2017

Gemma Hurst and Marcus Radich say you shouldn't always wait for the world to come to you.

How do you grow a company overseas? Should you take the leap with your idea? How do you make a sale to a big company? In the case of PageProof, delivering on these questions relies on the founders getting amongst it and making it happen, backed of course by a great team.

Page Proof are a company offering an online tool to proof, track, and approve work across teams and companies, in a secure and professional manner. With workflows, to-dos, and encryption, it’s a tool companies around the world are loving.

Simon Pound spoke with Page Proof  founders, Gemma Hurst and Marcus Radich, about how they took an idea and made it into a global company, and how they grow their international markets. They’re fresh back from SaaStr, which they attended with Callaghan Innovation – and they also give us a debrief about what that conference offers SaaS companies and what they’ve taken from it.

Listen to the podcase below, or read the full transcript at The Spinoff.

Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. In the series, host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Zealand.