20 incredible speakers taking to the stage at SaaStock Remote8 min read
SaaStock Remote is bringing the top SaaS talent from around the world to the (virtual) SaaStock stage.
We’ve been working hard to put together an agenda that’s jam-packed with SaaS royalty: the leaders who have been there, done that – and then done it again.
This is your opportunity to learn from the best minds in SaaS. With over 60 hours of content across two days, SaaStock Remote combines collaborative problem-solving and the actionable, how-I-built-this content you need to build and scale your company.
Without further ado, we’re very proud to introduce twenty of the top speakers for the first ever SaaStock Remote.
Tomasz Tunguz, CEO, Redpoint Ventures
Tomasz is a managing director at Redpoint Ventures, and co-author of Winning with Data. He is also a board member of Looker, ERPLY, Electric imp, inc., AxialMarket, Quantifind, Expensify, and more. Before joining Redpoint, Tomasz was the product manager for Google’s AdSense social-media products and AdSense internationalization.
He is an active blogger at tomtunguz.com and is widely viewed as required reading for any SaaS founder.
Bill Macaitis, Advisor & Board Member, Macaitis Advisory
Bill Macaitis has led marketing and growth for the three of the fastest ever growing SaaS companies. At Slack he served as the CRO leading up the marketing, sales, success and support teams. Before that he served as the CMO of Zendesk taking the company through a successful IPO. Before that he served as SVP of Marketing for Salesforce where he helped grow revenues to $3B. Currently Bill serves as board advisor and independent board member to aspiring unicorns and decacorns. He enjoys helping companies build world class marketing teams, modern tech stacks and customer-centric marketing strategies.
Mark Roberge, MD, Stage Two Capital
Mark Roberge is a leading authority on modern revenue generation, with proven success in building businesses from the ground up, harnessing the power of all things digital in the process. He is MD at Stage 2 Capital, the go-to-market venture capital fund that invests in and helps companies scale sustainable revenue and healthy ARR.
The former (and founding) chief revenue officer at HubSpot, and now a full-time professor at Harvard Business School, he helps companies build data-driven, 21st century strategies for sales, marketing, growth and human resources.
Rory O’Driscoll, Partner, Scale Venture Partners
Rory O’Driscoll has been investing in enterprise software for the past 25 years. An active investor in the rise of SaaS and the wider transition of enterprise computing to the cloud, he led investments in Box, DocuSign and ExactTarget, among others. He has been recognized by the Forbes Midas List and AlwaysOn Power Players in Venture Capital for his investments.
Tricia Gellman, CMO, Drift
Tricia Gellman is CMO at Drift. Prior to joining Drift in November 2019, she was CMO at Checkr, where she built out the marketing leadership team, created the operations foundation and rebranded the company. Before Checkr, she was at Salesforce for 9 years.
Des Traynor, Co-founder, Intercom
Des Traynor is the co-founder and Chief Strategy Officer of Intercom, a company on a mission to make internet business personal. Des launched Intercom in 2011 as the first to bring messaging for sales, marketing, and customer service to one platform – helping companies of all sizes grow faster by building personal relationships with customers. He is a renowned speaker, blogger, and author on product strategy, and frequently represents Intercom through speaking at international conferences.
David Skok, General Partner, Matrix Partners
David is a serial entrepreneur who founded a total of four companies, and did one turn-around. In 2001, he joined Matrix Partners as a VC investor. Successful exits as a VC include: HubSpot, JBoss, AppIQ, Tabblo, and many more. He currently serves on the boards of Atomist, Apollo GraphQL, CloudBees, Digium, Namely, Salsify, and Zaius.
David writes a blog for entrepreneurs and startups on topics such as viral marketing, SaaS metrics, building a sales and marketing machine, techniques for lowering cost of customer acquisition.
Christoph Janz, Managing Partner, Point Nine Capital
Christoph has invested in more than 20 SaaS startups and lives and breathes SaaS.
He co-founded Point Nine Capital in 2011. Before that, he co-founded two Internet startups (DealPilot.com in 1997 and Pageflakes in 2005). In 2008 he became an angel investor and discovered Zendesk, Clio, FreeAgent – and his love for SaaS.
SC Moatti, Managing Partner, Mighty Capital
SC Moatti is a technology visionary and investor. She is the founding partner of Mighty Capital, a Silicon Valley venture capital firm, and Products That Count, one of the largest and certainly the most influential network of product managers in the world. Previously, she built products that billions of people use at Facebook, Nokia and Electronic Arts. An award-winning bestselling author, she frequently gives keynotes on business and technology, and has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, the Harvard Business Review, and on NPR.
Elizabeth Yin, Co-Founder & General Partner, Hustle Fund
Elizabeth Yin is a co-founder and General Partner at Hustle Fund, a pre-seed fund for software entrepreneurs. Previously she was a partner at 500 Startups where she invested in seed stage companies and ran the Mountain View accelerator.
Elizabeth has reviewed over 20k startup pitches from around the world in the last few years and has helped numerous founders raise hundreds of millions of dollars. Her work and writing on startup fundraising has been featured in numerous publications including TechCrunch, Forbes, Huffington Post, and more.
Eric Santos, CEO, RD Station
Eric Santos is co-founder and CEO of Resultados Digitais, company creator of RD Station, the leading marketing automation platform in emerging markets, with over 13,000 customers. RD is one of the fastest growing companies in Brazil: the company has now over 700 employees and has raised over U$35.5 million in funding from top tier VCs in Brazil and the US.
Amy Lewin, Deputy Editor, Sifted
Amy Lewin is Deputy Editor at Sifted, the FT-backed site covering European startups and tech. Sifted’s mission is to bring a fresh voice to the global tech debate, dive deep into the issues that matter most to European startups and innovators, and become the platform for discovery, connecting entrepreneurs across the region. Before joining Sifted, Amy was Features Editor at Courier.
Wes Bush, Principal, Product-Led Institute
Wes Bush is the host of Product-Led Summit and the Product-Led Podcast, as well as the bestselling author of “Product-Led Growth: How To Build a Product That Sells Itself.”
He believes the way we buy software has changed forever over the last several years. Gone are the days of hiding your product behind closed doors – where potential customers need to sit through a long, drawn-out sales call just to see what the product is capable of – it’s time to lead with your product and let people see for themselves if you can deliver on your promise.
Jacco van der Kooij, CEO & founder, Winning by Design
Jacco van der Kooij is the founder of Winning By Design and author of Blueprints of a Sales SaaS Organization. He is a Sales Mentor across several VC firms such as Notion Capital, Reach Capital, Astella and Storm Ventures where he helped accelerate the development of sales teams across their portfolio. Prior to founding Winning By Design, Jacco was a Vice President of Worldwide Sales and Vice President Strategy at Qumu (acquired by Rimage), Kontiki, and Technicolor.
Jaleh Rezaei, CEO & Co-Founder, Mutiny
Jaleh is the Co-founder and CEO of Mutiny, a YC-backed company focused on helping SaaS companies personalize their website for each visitor. Prior to Mutiny, Jaleh was employee 12 and head of marketing and business development at Gusto, and grew the company from 500 to 50,000 customers over 4 years.
Andy Byrne, CEO, Clari
Andy Byrne is the CEO of Clari. Andy brings over 19 years of experience in sales, marketing, business development and management to his position as CEO of Clari. Prior to Clari, Andy was part of the founding executive team at Clearwell Systems which he helped grow from pre-product & pre-revenue in 2005 to $100 million run rate until its acquisition by Symantec (SYMC) in Q2 2011.
Marcelo Lombardo, CEO & Founder, Omie
Marcelo Lombardo founded Omie in 2013, and today it’s the number 1 SME management platform in Brazil. Omie is a Brazilian startup that provides businesses with AI-powered business management software to help entrepreneurs and accountants to be more efficient. In 2019 Omie closed a $20 million Series B round with San Francisco-based VC firm Riverwood Capital.
Patrick Arippol, Founding Partner, Alexia Ventures
Patrick Arippol kickstarted his professional path with an engineering degree, followed by an MBA from Stanford. He founded several businesses in diverse sectors, including tech, healthcare, and finance. In 2010, he joined DGF Investimentos, one of the top VC firms in Brazil. He is leading DGF Investimentos’ specialized early-stage investment group – DGF Inova. Its focus is on businesses in Big Data, mobile, and SaaS. Patrick also sits on the Board of Directors of a number of portfolio companies.
Andrey Khusid, CEO & Founder, Miro
Andrey Khusid is the founder of Miro, the world’s most popular whiteboarding platform for cross-functional teams collaboration. Miro has over 4 million users worldwide, from product managers, designers, developers, and more. Prior to Miro, Andrey was the Founder of Vitamin Group, dedicated to digital technologies, graphic and product design, branding, video production, and multimedia projects.
Nathan Latka, CEO & Founder, Get Latka
Nathan Latka is founder of SaaS database GetLatka.com and host of the B2B SaaS CEO podcast ‘The Top Entrepreneurs’. He has interviewed over 1,000 private B2B SaaS CEOs on his mission to identify the next SaaS unicorn – and made all that data available on GetLatka.com.
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