Our CEO, Sam Saltis, had a chat with Nick from Startup Boston Podcast.
He shares some personal details, why he moved to Boston, how he deals with self-doubts, advice for young entrepreneurs, the effects of dynamic content, and some other nuggets.
Nic: Hello, everyone, and welcome to the fifth episode of the "Startup Boston" podcast, where I interview entrepreneurs, investors and influencers in the Boston startup community to uncover actionable advice and stories from their experiences. In today's episode, I interview Sam Saltis, founder of Core dna. Sam moved to Boston from Australia to start what is his second company, a SaaS business that allows companies to control all of their digital properties from one dashboard and without the need to re-platform in the future.
Sam talks about why he chose Boston, how he gets through those moments of self-doubt every entrepreneur faces, the benefits of SaaS, among many other topics. As always, I've provided links to everything mentioned in the show notes, which can be found at startupbostonpodcast.com. Enjoy the episode.
Thank you so much, Sam, for coming in today. I really appreciate it. I want to get into talking about Core dna and SaaS. First, tell us a little bit about your background.