Bobby Burch

Bobby Burch

Reporter

Bobby Burch is a business and technology journalist based in Fort Collins, Colorado.

Since 2012, Bobby has honed a passion for writing on entrepreneurship and founders building their dreams. He is a former reporter for the Kansas City Business Journal and is a co-founder of Startland News, a publication dedicated to the entrepreneurial ecosystem in Kansas City. Outside of writing, Bobby is a fine art nature and wildlife photographer capturing the beauty of U.S. public lands to help conserve them.

SaaS

How A/B testing pricing models helped this SaaS founder sell for a 6x revenue multiple

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SaaS

He ‘dogfooded’ a SaaS for his lean e-commerce business and sold it for 8 figures

Agency

Finding synergies: How an SEO-focused entrepreneur grew 3 related brands under one holding company

Content

Email newsletter giant MailChimp acquired a print publication. Here’s why, plus how it happened

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SaaS

With $16K MRR, simple landing page builder Unicorn Platform sold for $800K

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Content

After 16 years, the Half Marathon Guide’s founder reached a 6-figure finish line

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Content

How The New Stack grew a dedicated audience of developers — and sold to a global VC firm

E-commerce

After losing inventory to a fire, this young entrepreneur won 22 grants to fund her e-commerce business

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