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.

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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8 reasons Not to Miss the SaaStock Startup Program

Last year at SaaStock18 in Dublin, we launched the first-ever Startup Program for B2B SaaS startups. We brought together over 85 companies from across the globe. We showed that in just 3 days, we could deliver the right support for them to learn, network, fundraise, exhibit, and get more leads. But how did we do…

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Best In The West: The 20 West Coast Startups You Needed To Know About Yesterday

We’re part of a fast-paced, future-focused industry. We’d be willing to bet that this is one of the reasons that so many of us love the world of SaaS, but it can also be a challenge to keep track of the sheer number of startups making waves. From investment opportunities and useful services that could…

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Under The Influence: 15 West Coast SaaS Names To Know

In the fast-paced world of SaaS, it pays to know who the runners and riders are within your niche. Whether it’s investment, mentorship or new employment prospects, you never know what a chance encounter may lead to, so it’s worth keeping well-versed with regards to the influencers making waves in your areas of interest, or…

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go-to-market fir

The missing link to unlock growth is Go-To-Market Fit; the biggest hurdle, Unlearning

This guest post about go-to-market fit is by Bob Tinker, Co-author of Survival to Thrival: Building the Enterprise Startup: Change or be Changed. Bob is also a Seed Investor, as well as a former Enterprise CEO. He will be speaking at SaaStock West Coast this September alongside his co-author and Storm Ventures MD, Tae Hea…

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Sydney Sloan on the art of the marketing metrics that matter

On the latest episode of the SaaS Revolution Show we chat with Salesloft CMO, Sydney Sloan. She shares lessons from her vast experience in customer-focused marketing and the metrics she has learned to swear by and report.  Sydney has always been customer focused. Even back in the 90s when there were no CRM systems and…

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retention driven growth

Retention-driven growth: How to sustainably boost revenue in 5 steps

This is a guest post by Guy Marion, Co-founder and CEO of Brightback about retention-driven growth. Guy is one of many excellent speakers we will host at SaaStock West Coast, taking place September 10-11. Grab an early bird ticket (our best possible price) before Friday, July 19th to see him and over 30 other incredible speakers….

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Growth Spurt: 40 West Coast Companies With SaaS Saturation Solutions

Ah, growth stage; the difficult second album of the business world. You’ve developed and thoroughly tested a viable concept, obtained seed funding and got the whole operation off the ground. It’s been a colossal effort, but now it’s time to really dig into your energy reserves, preparing to scale successfully, maintaining momentum and sidestepping the…

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