Lack of financial data renders the valuation of pre-money, pre-revenue startups quite tricky. This blog post turns to angel investors for inspiration and comes up with three creative ways that can help founders and investors put a price tag on micro SaaS startups.
Like with every aspect of founding and growing a micro SaaS business, you are on your own while selling it. This blog post takes a look at the marketplaces for buying and selling micro SaaS startups, the risks involved, and the services offered to mitigate those risks.
Micro SaaS startups shun venture capital. But, what if they need capital injection at some point? Kelly O'Connor takes a look at one of the creative alternatives available to micro SaaS founders should they need outside funding some time down the road.
Making a successful exit was a challenge for any startup before. In the second half of 2022, it is becoming even more difficult in a global economy threatened by a recession. Micro SaaS businesses, on the other hand, are ready to reap the benefits of being self-reliant and independent.
Closing a fundraising round is a time to celebrate for startups; it serves as a validation of the efforts put into the company. Some founders take the road less traveled, though, choosing to keep their startups small and private. Eugene van Ost looks into the rationale behind such a move.
Micro SaaS is the tech equivalent of the small business in your neighborhood that is growing slowly but surely. It is the way to go for people who lack access to huge funds or VC support: All one needs to do is to find an underserved niche of customers with a well-defined problem, heal their pain, and voila!