Yahya Mokhtarzada is the founder and former CEO of Truebill. Yahya and his team created growth of over $100 million in just 2 ½ years and then managed to sell the company for $1.3 billion! In this episode, Yahya breaks down how he made this a reality and how you can apply his processes to your own business
“Organic growth was never a strong suit for our company”
“I really think it’s the best personal finance app out there, giving you a set of tools to understand your money and do better with it”
“Most people are surprised to see how many things they are paying for each month and how much money is floating out of their account automatically”
“Personal finance does not have the same engagement and user behaviour as you’d see in a game, photo sharing app or anything else”
“We had a good core product that fundamentally people liked and found useful”
“I’m really anti-survey, they can be really misleading and tell you the wrong thing”
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