Moving into New Markets: How to be a Big Fish in a Bigger Pond, with the CEO of Chargebee1 min read

Moving into New Markets: How to be a Big Fish in a Bigger Pond - Krish Subramanian, CEO of Chargebee and Carrie Osman, CEO & founder of Cruxy & Company

International expansion is a huge milestone for SaaS CEO’s. When perfectly timed, it can boost revenue growth by 13%. But, expanding too early can stifle growth, or burn resources. To succeed, you need a solid go-to-market strategy, underpinned by customer data, cultural awareness and clear objectives. There’s a lot to think about!

In discussion with Krish Subramanian, CEO of Chargebee, commercial strategy expert, Carrie Osman, and two CEO’s of global SaaS companies will share how to perfectly time, plan and execute a global expansion strategy.

This episode on the SaaS Revolution Show is from the SaaStock Blueprint Series: CEO edition.

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