Internationalization

Best practice strategies for international expansion, choosing the right target markets, localizing sales and product pitches, and nailing all aspects related to relocation

How to prepare your SaaS company for global expansion

As SaaS companies grow, it becomes increasingly important to identify expansion opportunities and develop strategies and scalable processes to support them. Some companies move upmarket and start selling to the enterprise where they’d previously sold to SMBs. Some take the opposite approach and move downmarket. Others move into new verticals.  And then there’s international expansion….

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Key Takeaways from SaaStock EMEA: Our Keynotes, Summarised

This year we’ve fast-tracked into a new way of working, globally. One thing the world has learned this year is that SaaS companies are a key component to helping employees work remotely during the pandemic, and beyond. Unsurprisingly, this was one of the key themes that ran through all the keynotes on the main stage…

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Key Takeaways from SaaStock LatAm: Our Keynotes, Summarised

In his opening remarks to SaaStock LatAm Patrick Arippol, the Founder of Alexia Ventures, said that necessity is the mother of invention. Overall, that is the message I took away from SaaStock LatAm. This year we’ve fast-tracked into a new way of working, globally. This has opened companies up to new employees and new customers….

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From East to West: Taking your SaaS Startup Global with Jeffrey Tiong, PatSnap Founder and CEO

Jeffrey Tiong, CEO and founder at PatSnap is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. He was recently named as EY Entrepreneur of the Year, was one of our keynote speakers at SaaStock Remote, and has grown PatSnap to over 700 employees and raised over $100M in funding. In this episode he shares his…

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Expanding into Europe: lessons for US SaaS startups with Stephen McIntyre, Partner at Frontline Ventures

Stephen McIntyre, Partner at Frontline Ventures is this week’s guest on The SaaS Revolution Show. Currently Partner at Frontline Ventures, Stephen was previously at Twitter and Google, before moving into VC. He was one of Twitter’s first employees outside of the US, and joined Google during a period of hypergrowth. He brings his experience as…

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Lessons from scaling Europe’s fastest-growing SaaS company with Avi Meir, Travelperk

This week Avi Meir, CEO and co-founder of Travelperk, is chatting to Alex Theuma on the SaaS Revolution Show, live from Slush 2019. They discuss Travelperk’s journey to becoming the fastest-growing SaaS company in Europe. Avi shares his insights on building and scaling company culture, and how to maintain that as you scale into new…

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The Bumpy Road to Product-Market Fit with Peter Reinhardt, CEO of Segment

This week Peter Reinhardt, CEO and co-founder of Segment, is chatting to Alex Theuma on the SaaS Revolution Show, live at Slush 2019. They discuss the pivots and challenges Segment faced finding product-market fit – from Segment’s origins as a classroom learning tool to where it is today. As well as focusing on Segment’s journey…

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How to be a global company from day 1

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we host Rod Ardant, CEO and Co-Founder of Spendesk, about how to build a global company. An engineer by education, Rod always enjoyed building stuff and co-founded his first company, Wozaik, pretty much straight after college. In 2013 it was acquired and Rod started plotting his…

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SaaStock West Coast

Nurturing the next generation of SaaS leaders on the West Coast

If there is anything we have realized from operating a global event series, it’s that in order to succeed in SaaS, you have to think global (even if your zip code happens to be in the San Francisco Bay area.) We are super excited to announce our expansion to the West Coast to help foster…

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Hande Cilinger conquer Asian market

How to conquer and win the Asian market

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we host with Hande Cilingir, Co-founder and CEO of Insider, a Growth Management category creator, hailing all the way from Singapore. Originally Turkish, Hande divides her time between Turkey, Singapore, and 17 other Insider offices, in order to manage what has become a 400-people company. Started…

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