The Media and Community Partners Powering SaaStock EMEA Online6 min read
We’re just over a week away from SaaStock EMEA Online, bringing together 3000+ SaaS leaders from across the region for 30+ hours of exclusive content on our online stage on October 12 – 15.
None of this would be possible without the support of our incredible media and community partners. This list walks you through all the media partners and community partners that we’re thrilled to have supporting us in the run-up to SaaStock EMEA Online.
Appvizer is a software comparison platform for professionals. The B2B application database covers 506 categories such as CRM software, payroll software, accounting software, etc., and references more than 10,000 software packages and programs. Appvizer is used by all kinds of companies, from start-ups to large companies, SMEs and self entrepreneurs.
ContentUK is a community for content marketers and professionals living or working in the UK. It aims to help you connect with similar folk, grow as a content marketer and learn from the best in their crafts.
FINITE is a B2B marketing community with webinars, B2B marketing events, roundtables & Slack community covering a range of trends & topics from across the B2B marketing landscape. Ambitious B2B marketers come together from all around the world to grow, both as individuals and as businesses.
Global CTO Forum
The Global CTO Forum (GCF) is fostering the world’s next generation of technology leaders. It is a global independent organisation for Technology leaders and executives including CTOs, CIOs and Architects around the globe to come together and help its members succeed as well as give back to the society.
Lempod is the biggest marketplace of LinkedIn Engagement Pods where other LinkedIn content makers automatically support each other with mutual engagement. It helps you 10x your LinkedIn post views so you can reach a much bigger audience with your content.
The Product-Led Institute is the world’s largest product-led community. It produces some of the world’s top training on how to build a product-led business. It works with the best SaaS operators, spreading their ideas through free, leading-edge events.
RootLo is a mobile app revolutionizing the lifestyle of remote workers by enabling them to stay connected with peers, share tips and take advantage of their location independence.
SaaS Boss Podcast
SaaS Boss Podcast provides actionable advice for bootstrapped SaaS founders from coaches and consultants about startup scaling challenges, building remote teams, leadership, getting unstuck, founder personal growth and more.
SaaS Mag is the world’s premier magazine for news, insights, and expert commentary in the SaaS industry. It gathers key business and technical insights, and market trends, and is distributed to tens of thousands of SaaS professionals
SaaS Network Ireland
SaaS Network Ireland aims to combine and share the knowledge and insights of Ireland’s SaaS sector to help build stronger, internationally more competitive Irish Saas companies. The network helps build a sense of community in the Irish SaaS sector.
The SaaS Playbook
The SaaS Playbook is a weekly rundown of the most relevant, informative SaaS resources and best practices, provided by Scaleworks.
Startup Sesame operates a global network of Tech events, with over 35 partners and 100+ organizers involved in their activities. They share knowledge and best practices, and provide the largest Tech event acceleration program.
Startups Magazine is a bi-monthly print and digital publication created to champion technology startups with all aspects of their entrepreneurial journeys – helping them connect the dots from funding to founder wellbeing. Launched in April 2018, since then it has built a loyal and talented following ranging from tech startups, engineers, investors, growth hackers, accelerators, marketing whizzes, aspiring innovators and many more.
Tech.eu is the premier source of European technology news, data and market intelligence, providing unprecedented insights into the tech startup, investment, M&A and IPO activity across Europe (including Israel, Russia and Turkey).
Vilnius Tech Park
Vilnius Tech Park is the biggest tech startup hub in the Baltics and Nordics, uniting international startups, tech companies, VCs, accelerators, incubators and other ecosystem players with a mutual goal – to shape the region’s startup ecosystem and grow together internationally.
Founded by Coral Movasseli, a SaaStock speaker and MD of Girls in Tech, Ireland. Through her work at Copulla, Coral works with leading global brands in technology to deliver programs within their companies. She hosts a podcast “The Allegory” where she speaks to eminent figures in tech, and was awarded the Women of Influence by Irish Women’s Award in 2020.
The DCU Centre is a central hub for research, advice and knowledge exchange on diversity and inclusion. Based out of Dublin City University, the Centre creates a bridge between DCU’s talent, industry bodies, and specialist groups, helping organizations build cultures of inclusion by providing access to organisations to the very latest in academic research, insights and tools on diversity and inclusion.
Femstreet offers a unique insight into the world of tech and venture capital, providing a broader female-focused insight in tech and venture capital, with a brilliantly curated weekly newsletter and community of founders, funders and industry experts. They pull together industry insights from inspiring women in the industry, and enable you with the tools and network to help you thrive in tech and venture capital.
#GoingFar aims to celebrate the diverse contributions of migrant women and non-binary people and to support them in advancing their ongoing careers in tech and startups. With approximately 1 in 6 people in Ireland born outside of the country, they champion the benefits that gender and ethnic diversity can bring to the workplace, and to encourage the industry to tap into the unexplored skills that can help the global economy thrive.
Included VC is a 12 month global fellowship for diverse individuals – a ‘unique fast-track MBA for Venture Capital.’ Its fully-funded fellowship provides access, opportunity and knowledge into the VC world, offering masterclasses, mentoring, foundational learning, executive coaching, simulation investment committees and two in-person summits.
Muslamic Makers is a community of Muslim change-makers working in and around the technology industry. They host events and run initiatives such as the Digital Careers Kickstarter Programme, to discuss ideas, build creative confidence and help the community thrive. Their aim is to create spaces for Muslims to be not just ‘included’ but to also own their work spaces and industries.
YourY Network is a global community of social entrepreneurs who get together to collaborate and share knowledge with each other to promote social entrepreneurship. Members range from experienced founders to people passionate about pursuing their first social entrepreneurship project who need the inspiration and network to kickstart their social enterprise dreams.
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