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Bart Lorang

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00068. How Bart Lorang Exited His First Company at Age 16 and Is Now the Founder & CEO of FullContact

Gritty Founder

Episode #00068. On today's episode of Gritty Founder, Kreig Kent talks with Bart Lorang about his journey as an entrepreneur and how he built FullContact. Bart shares valuable insights on emotional intelligence and the importance of staying lean.


10 Nov 2019

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Bart Lorang | FullContact

Colorado TechCast

Episode 34: Bart Lorang – FullContact, Inc Bart Lorang is CEO and Founder of FullContact and Managing Director of v1.vc Funding Partners and Startup Colorado. Born and raised in Bozeman, Montana, Bart is a proven entrepreneur, executive and manager in the global technology industry. He is active in the startup technology community as an investor, mentor, writer and speaker. Links to things we talk about: Bart Lorang on LinkedIn FullContact, Inc Principles by Ray Dalio Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business The Three-Body Problem IF YOU LIKE WHAT YOU HEAR, PLEASE: Subscribe to our list Connect with us on Twitter Email us and tell us what you think!


8 Mar 2019

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196: Too Many SaaS Ideas? Discover How This Founder Found His Focus - With Bart Lorang

The SaaS Podcast - SaaS, Startups, Growth Hacking & Entrepreneurship

Bart Lorang is the co-founder and CEO of FullContact, a SaaS product that helps you manage your contacts and relationships better. It transforms partial contact information into complete profiles and more useful customer data.The Show NotesFullContactLifeHacker - Rainmaker Automatically Updates Your Google Contacts with Data from Social NetworksBart on TwitterOmer on TwitterEnjoyed this episode?Subscribe to the podcastLeave a rating and reviewFollow Omer on TwitterNeed help with your SaaS?Join SaaS Club Plus: our membership and community for new and early-stage SaaS founders. Join and get training & support.Join SaaS Club Launch: a 12-week group coaching program to help you get your SaaS from zero to your first $10K revenue.Apply for SaaS Club Accelerate: If you'd like to work directly with Omer 1:1, then request a free strategy session.


7 Jan 2019

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015 Bart Lorang - FullContact

Founder Coffee - Intimate SaaS Chats

For this fifteenth episode, I talked to Bart Lorang, Founder & CEO of FullContact, who are on a mission to revolutionize contact data.Before FullContact, Bart had 3 other companies, respectively in RPG games, web design and enterprise software. He grew up in rural Montana and now runs FullContact from Boulder, Colorado, 30 minutes from the ski slopes.We talk about how his wife’s address book inspired FullContact, how he aligns the 300 brains in his organization, and how he encourages a culture that is about the whole person.Read the transcript here: https://blog.salesflare.com/bart-lorang-fullcontact


16 Oct 2018

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New Channels For Lead Engagement & Intel with Bart Lorang (FullContact)

Bowery Capital Startup Sales Podcast

Bart Lorang, Co-Founder and CEO at FullContact, joins the Bowery Capital Startup Sales Podcast to discuss "New Channels For Lead Engagement & Intel."


28 Jun 2018

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Podcast 657: Full Contact CRM Software with Bart Lorang

Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen

Interview with the founder of Full Contact CRM software


28 Dec 2017

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Bart Lorang (Ep.16): The world’s gonna have its way with you

Rad Awakenings with Khe Hy

Bart Lorang is the founder and CEO of FullContact. FullContact is a high-growth, venture-backed company (having raised $50 mm) with 250 employees and multiple offices across the world. Bart and I discuss work-life balance and how Bart balances self-care, spending time with two young kids, while being a devoted father/husband. Bart drops amazing CEO wisdom on how empathy can be learned, thwarting your team’s fight or flight reflex and how culture is meaningless if it doesn’t terrify people. + SPONSOR: Join Skillshare the online learning community with 16,000+ classes in business, design and more. Get one free month of unlimited access. http://skillshare.com/rad + SHOW NOTES: bit.ly/radpod16 + SHOW SOME LUV: patreon.com/radreads


29 Sep 2017

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Bart Lorang on Entrepreneurship, Investment, and Why He's Feeling Green

The Grid

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13 Sep 2017

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20VC: Why Every CEO's Goal Should Be To Be The Laziest CEO, The Benefits of Being Both Founder and Investor At The Same Time & Why Every CEO Should Try A CEO Coach with Bart Lorang, Founder & CEO @ Full Contact

The Twenty Minute VC (20VC): Venture Capital | Startup Funding | The Pitch

Bart Lorang is the Founder & CEO @ FullContact, the leading contact platform for professionals, teams and businesses. They have raised over $45m in funding from some of the best in the business and dear friends of the show in the likes of Foundry Group with Brad Feld, David Cohen and Techstars and Howard Lindzen at Social Leverage just to name a few. As well as being the rockstar founder @ FullContact, Bart has a unique position as he is also Managing Director @ V1.vc, a seed stage VC fund based in Colorado and San Francisco, providing Bart unique insight into both founding and investing in companies at the same time. CLICK TO PLAY CLICK TO LISTEN ON ITUNES In Today’s Episode You Will Learn: 1.) How Bart made his way into the world of early stage startups and came to found FullContact? 2.) Bart is also a VC with V1, how does being both a founder and a VC affect how Bart views startups and operates @ FullContact? What have been the key learnings for Bart with regards to capital allocation and portfolio construction? 3.) Bart has a CEO coach being the famous, Jerry Colonna, so what was the catalyst for Bart's desire to have a CEO coach? What have been the inflection points in Bart's journey with Jerry? Should every CEO have a CEO coach? 4.) What does Bart believe are the core tenets to successful negotiation? What can be done to ensure a win-win situation for both parties? From what mindset should this be approached? Does Bart agree that you should only monetise to 30% of your value? 5.) Why does Bart pay every employee $7,500 per year to go on holiday on top of their standard salary? Whare the the key rules to ensure this is successful? What are the key benefits that can be derived from this essential vacation? Items Mentioned In Today’s Show: Bart’s Fave Book: Jonathan Livingston Seagull Bart’s Fave Blog: Abundance Insider by Peter Diamandis As always you can follow Harry, The Twenty Minute VC and Bart on Twitter here! Likewise, you can follow Harry on Snapchat here for mojito madness and all things 20VC. eShares is the No 1 Cap Table Management platform, allowing for equity management, 409A valuations, and liquidity, all in one place. eShares is made for companies of all sizes with over 5,000 trusted customers including the likes of Squarespace, Kickstarter, and DoorDash just to name a few. To try out the must have service of the industry, simply head over to esharesinc.com it is a must. Fond is the employee engagement suite with 3 core products, rewards: a recognition platform for rewarding achievements and milestones, perks: a premium corporate discounts program to show employees you care about them and then finally engagement IQ, a free employee engagement survey that allows you to measure the health of your organization. To check it out head over to fond.co


23 Jun 2017

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(UB020) Leading with Empathy and Vulnerability: Increasing productivity and connectivity by tapping into the human side of people. Featuring Bart Lorang, CEO @FullContact

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Listen in as Bart and I sound off about the business power that can be unleashed by tapping into the human side of people. You’ll hear us talk about: Stories:The powerful story about why he has a conference room named after his grandmother The story of how people reacted the first time he showed vulnerability as a leader and why it changed his perspective The ‘why’ for his business The radical self inquiry he has gone through to get to where he is today Why he’s compelled to share a message of empathy All Things Culture: Including their mission “To Be Awesome with People” The No Asshole RuleThe role of vulnerability Getting employees and customers to feel like they’re part of something bigger Emotion at Work:What it takes as a leader to get employees to open up at work and how Bart leads the charge A specific ‘red’, ‘yellow’, ‘green’ technique Bart and his team use to make sure people are being transparent Why Bart feels comfortable talking about emotion at work and why he thinks you should too How he makes sure he’s connecting with each of his employees Tips, Tools and Resources:Strengthening your EQ - Tips Utilizing a Chief People Officer to decrease the amount of ‘couch time’ he is spending with people The obituary exercise: Outlining the kind of leader you’d like to be Best advice he ever received from a mentor Advice he’d give his 20 year old self if they were having coffee Be Awesome with People


21 Feb 2017