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Starting SaaS as a Non-Technical Founder – with Micaela Richmond

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Owwlish’s co-founder, Alyssa, was on Micaela Richmond’s Starting SaaS – The Beginner’s SaaS Podcast.

Alyssa started her entrepreneurial path by enrolling in a dental college, then switched over to SaaS when she observed a demand that wasn’t being filled. She and Micaela talked about how the change of career path happened, online courses, things she wished she knew when starting the business, and many more.

Of course, making a change in your career can be scary but it can also be very exciting. If you take the time to consider your passions, skills, and goals, you’ll be well on your way to making a successful transition into a new field.

Online courses offer a convenient and flexible alternative to traditional classroom-based instruction and can be a great way to save time and money on education. The study found that more than 60% of college students have taken at least one online course, and that number is only expected to grow in the coming years.

When starting an online business, it’s important to know that it’s not easy. There are a lot of things you need to do in order to be successful and it can be overwhelming at times.

If you are someone thinking of switching to an online course business, then this is a must-watch for you!

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Micaela Richmond is a writer and podcaster. She has written articles, newsletters, blogs, and several others. She currently has two podcasts: In Bloom and Starting SaaS. In Bloom covers more on general topics like nutrition, history, business, and the like. While Starting SaaS focuses more on being a beginner-friendly podcast. With these, she is able to meet different kinds of people and entrepreneurs who in turn broaden her knowledge of complex topics. More about her past works and experiences are found on her website!

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Kevin has spent the better part of the last decade creating online courses that help people improve their careers and livelihoods. He had the idea to start Owwlish after failing to find an online course software that offered what he was looking for to create his next online course.

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