North America

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

Finding Go-to-Market Fit with Frederik Groce, Storm Ventures

Frederik Groce is a Principal at Storm Ventures and a co-founder at BLCK VC. Storm Ventures is an early stage B2B focused venture firm that specialises in building enterprise leaders. BLCK VC was formed to connect, engage, empower, and advance Black venture investors by providing a focused community built for and by Black venture investors….

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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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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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Why is StartUp Growth so Hard on the People? With Tae Hea Nahm and Bob Tinker

This episode of The SaaS Revolution Show takes us back to SaaStock West Coast in September 2019. This session was delivered by Tae Hea Nahm – Managing Director of Storm Ventures, and 3x entrepreneur Bob Tinker. They discuss how startup founders and employees need to learn and change as their company grows and scales. For…

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How to retain top talent with Dan Martell

Dan Martell, five-time SaaS founder and founder of SaaS Academy, talks retaining top talent on this week’s episode of The SaaS Revolution Show. This was his keynote session from SaaStock West Coast 2019. He looks at the main reasons employees leave companies, and gives SaaS founders a strategy for keeping a pulse on your team…

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Elias Torres - Live from SaaStock19

Crafting company culture by Elias Torres, CTO of Drift [Live from SaaStock19]

Today, the SaaStock Revolution Show is live from the exhibition floor of SaaStock19, this has been a record-breaking year for us and we have been getting amazing feedback already so if you didn’t make it, you have really missed out. Today our CEO Alex Theuma interviews Elias Torres, CTO of Drift – founded company with…

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California Dreaming: The 33 Star Speakers Ready To Rock SaaStock West Coast

Hosted in the spiritual home of tech innovation, entrepreneurial ambition and startup success, SaaStock West Coast brings top talent from around the globe to our stage in San Francisco.  When building out the schedule, three elements were front of mind; a broad range of experienced voices, tangible, actionable content and a laser focus on the…

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Sarika Garg

How to walk the tightrope between tactics and strategy

This week on the SaaS Revolution Show, we talk with Sarika Garg, Chief Strategy Officer at Tradeshift about walking the tightrope between tactics and strategy. Sarika was raised in Africa and India and moved to Silicon Valley about 20 years ago. Fifteen of them she spent working between SAP and Ariba, moving up the ranks…

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