This post is an excerpt from SaaS Marketing: A guide to marketing your SaaS business. Read on, or click here to download the full guide. For growing SaaS companies, marketing is one of the most important ingredients fuelling your growth. Every company needs customers. And no matter how good your product is, you won’t get…

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Latin America’s most actionable conference for B2B SaaS founders, executives, and investors is back. We’re excited to announce that SaaStock LatAm 20 is returning to Sao Paulo on May 11th-13th 2020. We’ll bring 600+ SaaS founders, executives, and investors together for three days of intensive knowledge and networking, all in the name of traction, growth,…

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David Darmanin, founder and CEO of Hotjar, is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. At the time of recording, Hotjar has 100+ team members across 20+ countries. David shares his learnings from scaling a fully-remote, bootstrapped company to $25m ARR, from navigating burnout to understanding the changing role of the CEO as the…

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SaaStock’s mission is to help SaaS companies to gain traction, grow, and scale. Our conferences bring together the best and brightest minds in SaaS – the leaders who are driving real change within the industry. We pride ourselves on delivering provocative opinions alongside hard metrics, implementable strategies, and actionable content. Marketing is one of the…

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This is a guest post from Lloyd Yip, founder of LWY Consulting. It was originally shared in SaaS Revolutionaries, a curated group for SaaS founders, executives, and investors that connects SaaS leaders on a global scale, fostering opportunities to learn and grow. LWY Consulting helps early-stage SaaS founders scale their solutions from <$5k MRR to…

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Maddy Cross, Talent Director at Notion Capital, is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. She talks about Notion’s recent research report: The Unicorn Hiring Trajectory. This looks into the hiring trends of SaaS unicorns compared with other high-performing (but not unicorn) businesses. When Notion invests in a startup, 80% of that capital goes…

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