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Co-Founder and CEO of EchoSign from inception through tens of millions in cash-flow positive SaaS revenue and acquisition by Adobe Systems Inc. Jason then served as Vice President, Web Services at Adobe, where EchoSign was named the most successful acquisition of 2011-12, posting 199% YoY growth.

One response to “Why I’d Go Big. And Why You Should Ignore Me, and Most of the Others That Tell You That.”

  1. John

    @Jason, thanks for this post, it’s a good perspective on this aspect of start-up culture.

    It makes a lot of sense that there are stages to entrepreneurship, and I think a lot of folks see the big (or should I say huge) success stories and get a bit carried away. (I’ll admit to that myself while working on my project.) Instead, each stage should be about applying previous lessons and building on those to go bigger.

    I guess, it’s not about ignoring the advice to go bigger as you say in your title, but rather aiming to go bigger in a staged way: Maybe call it Iterative Entrepreneurship.