Europe

A look at who the SaaS players, companies, VCs, and startups in Europe are, including what it takes to succeed, which are the hotspots, and what SaaStock events are happening.

All the hot topics at SaaStock Remote

SaaStock Remote is bringing the actionable, how-I-built-this content you know and love from SaaStock, to the comfort of your own home.  Our online conference is taking place on June 10-11 2020. It will run from 3pm to 11pm BST (7am to 3pm PDT; 11am to 7pm GMT-3) with an agenda packed with insights from 150+…

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20 incredible speakers taking to the stage at SaaStock Remote

SaaStock Remote is bringing the top SaaS talent from around the world to the (virtual) SaaStock stage. We’ve been working hard to put together an agenda that’s jam-packed with SaaS royalty: the leaders who have been there, done that – and then done it again. This is your opportunity to learn from the best minds…

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The SaaStock you know and love, online: June 10-11 2020

For the last five years we’ve made it our mission to help the SaaS community gain traction, grow, and scale. In the last few weeks we’ve been closer to our community than ever, and one thing is clear: the need to keep learning, innovating, and building businesses is stronger than ever. We know it can…

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The Power of Events for Growing SaaS Startups with Jói Sigurdsson, CrankWheel

Jói Sigurdsson, founder and CEO of CrankWheel, is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Events have always been an important customer acquisition channel for CrankWheel, and Jói talks about why other SaaS startups should add events into their sales and marketing strategy. Additionally, CrankWheel was the winner of the Startup Pitch Competition at…

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How Partnerships Can Help You Scale Your Enterprise Startup

This is a guest post by AWS Startups, who were one of the sponsors at SaaStock 2019. Jonno Southam, Venture Capital Business Development Manager at AWS, and Matillion CEO Matthew Scullion delivered one of the sessions. This article covers the same topic as their talks: how partnerships can help scale your startup. This article was…

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Introducing CrankWheel: The Winner of the SaaStock 19 Startup Pitch Competition

We all know how competitive the SaaS industry is, and at SaaStock we never shy away from a bit of friendly rivalry. The Startup Pitch Competition is the perfect opportunity for up-and-coming startups to hone their competitive side and get in front of SaaS experts and big-name VCs. In Dublin this year we hosted the…

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20 Pioneering Partners To Check Out Ahead Of SaaStock19

When building out the program for SaaStock19, our annual flagship event, we’re looking to deliver a series of firsts: brand new ideas, big announcements, different ways of working, fresh investment prospects and of course, high-quality contacts. With that in mind, it’s always fantastic to have new partners signing up to join us for the very…

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20 Speakers Raising The Bar At SaaStock19

With over 40 hours of dedicated content, it’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed at the sheer range of the voices and experience on offer at SaaStock19. At our flagship event, we want to bring you the very best speakers from across the industry, but to help you feel more “kid in a candy shop”…

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How to scale the engineering team at a SaaS company

This week’s guest on the SaaS Revolution Show is John Doran, Director of Engineering at Phorest Salon Software, a cloud-based management solution and marketing suite for salons and spas.  Born and bred in Dublin, John has always loved building product and iteratively improving it. Phorest is the first SaaS product he was involved with, jumping…

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Why SaaS startups keep coming back for our Startup Program

When Saravana Kumar decided to join the SaaStock Startup Program in 2018, his first SaaS experiment (Document360) was merely an idea in its embryonic stage. The vision was to build a standalone Knowledge Base solution specially designed for SaaS companies. But first, he needed to see if SaaS companies would be interested. He was in…

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