Finding Product-Market Fit in the New Normal, with Des Traynor, Intercom1 min read

Des Traynor podcast

This extra-special episode of The SaaS Revolution Show comes straight from the online stage at SaaStock Remote.

Join Des Traynor, co-founder of Intercom, in conversation with SaaStock CEO Alex Theuma to learn what Coronavirus means for product-market fit. Uncover the differences between nice-to-have software and must-have software, what that means for total addressable markets, and what it means for very early stage startups.

Watch the video of this episode, or choose the audio-only version below:

They’ll explore:

  • Pandemic market fit – who benefits from times like these?
  • What you can do as a product leader to adapt both your roadmap and your customer relationships?
  • What does this mean for very early stage startups

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