Anna Nadeina

Head of Growth,
A growth marketing specialist with a decade of experience in different industries, including F&B, SaaS, low code, and others. Host of the saas.unbound podcast interviewing successful SaaS founders about their journeys building and scaling companies and the changes that brings to them. Passionate about networking, event management, and other inbound marketing activities that don't scale.
On saas.unbound podcast we’ve talked with quite a few founders who went through an acquisition process. Some stories were good and some, well, we’ll call them experiences.
After the vision for had been announced, we sat down with Tim Schumacher to talk about it more in-depth.
It’s been 5 months since acquired Beekast, an online platform that helps you create, lead, and track your meetings and training sessions. Today we’re talking with Yassine Chabli to learn more about the overall experience and get down to the details that helped make this process easier. 
We sat down with Malgorzata Polubinska, Head of HR at to uncover what HR processes are required during the SaaS company acquisition and what information and documentation the HR department might be looking at during the sale.
Technical due diligence is often something founders are confused about. They rarely know what to expect and how to present their challenges during the process.
At, we’ve been focused on buying bootstrapped companies from the beginning. Some brands, like Prerender and ScraperAPI barely had employees (besides the founder) when we bought them
“I’ve got a brilliant idea! It’s one of a kind, and when I launch it, it’s going to be so perfect, people will immediately see it and leave whatever it is they were using before!”
In the ever-changing business world, now is the time for solid personal brands. And the role of a SaaS founder can not be understated. A strong founder brand not only drives the growth of a SaaS company but plays a pivotal role in shaping its exit strategy.