SaaStock Sessions: Stories and tips to help you get through this3 min read
In the run up to SaaStock Remote in June, we’ve been thinking about ways we can help our incredible SaaS community with the challenges they’re facing right now. From this week we’re teaming up with some of the most influential and experienced leaders in the SaaS community – people who have faced previous challenges, tackled them head-on, and come out the other side.
We’ve created SaaStock Sessions: a weekly series of online events sharing stories and tips to get you through this. Join us for weekly sessions starting on April 29th, bringing together SaaS founders and execs to learn with industry experts on leadership, marketing, sales, and fundraising in times of crisis – and beyond.
Can’t make it on the day? Don’t worry – everyone who registers will receive the recordings from the live sessions, so you can watch back at a time that works for you.
The sessions will feature:
- Four global SaaS leaders
- Four 10-minute segments from each speaker, sharing their top tip or story to get you and your business through the next few months.
- Networking conversations picked at random with your peers, to share ideas and learn from each other.
Each session will be hosted by SaaStock founder Alex Theuma, joined by industry leaders from Drift, Vidyard, Point Nine Capital, Notion Capital, and many more. You’ll hear from industry experts including:
- Joaquim Lecha – CEO, Typeform
- Dan Martell
- Jaleh Razeh – CEO, Mutiny
- Steli Efti – CEO, Close
- Jacco Vanderkooij – CEO, Winning by Design
- Tricia Gellman – CMO, Drift
- Bill Macaitis
- April Dunford – Founder, Ambient Strategy
- Jos White – General Partner, Notion Capital
- Elizabeth Yin – Co-founder, Hustle Fund
This is not another webinar. These are the SaaStock Sessions.
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