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.

East coast SaaS startups

Beasts From The East: 15 SaaS Startups Shaking Things Up On The East Coast

A fast pace of life, iconic historical sites, distinct seasons and Ivy League colleges. The East Coast is known for many things, but until recent years, startup culture was mostly strongly associated with that power player way out West, Silicon Valley. However, the Atlantic tide is turning. As demonstrated by the incredible diversity, tenacity and…

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build company culture right Diane Adams

How to build company culture right with Diane Adams, Sprinklr

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we speak with Diane Adams, Chief Culture and Talent Officer at Sprinklr and author of the book It Takes More than Casual Fridays and Free Coffee about how to build company culture right. Diane has devoted her career to building and studying the role of culture…

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The one thing all SaaS founders need for success

Since the first SaaStock conference in 2016, I have often gravitated towards glorifying founders; their successes and lifestyles. I have not been alone in this. Founders achieve hero status in our culture for the effort they put in building and growing their companies. Yet it is becoming increasingly clear to me, and the industry as…

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SaaS East Coast VC firms

34 SaaS-Focused East Coast VC Firms To Keep On Your Radar

Coke and Pepsi. Gates and Jobs. Marvel and DC. In terms of rivalries, the East Coast / West Coast dichotomy is up there with the greats. Whilst promising companies can spring up anywhere, it’s generally assumed that to scale successfully, a coastal presence is required. The siren call of Silicon Valley is undeniable, but with…

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David Skok Improve Conversion rates

Get inside your buyer’s head – improve conversion rates

How to improve your marketing and sales funnel conversion rates using a deep understanding of what is going on in your buyer’s mind as they navigate through their purchasing process, and experience your marketing and selling? That was one of the questions David Skok posed in his opening keynote on the first day of SaaStock18….

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Scale your SaaS with these 33 speakers at SaaStock East Coast

As we launched our SaaStock East Coast conference, we asked a vital question: What is the state of SaaS on the East Coast? For what it is, there isn’t much showmanship that would spell this out in news headlines. So we went on to do a bit of more thorough research and talked with friends…

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Nathan latka adrien menard scaling to 15 million arr saastock eat coast

Botify’s growth trajectory on the way to $15M in ARR

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we are bringing you the Growth Stage fireside chat Nathan latka had with Adrien Menard, CEO and Co-Founder of Botify. Adrien unravels a host of interesting data behind Botify’s growth – when they became profitable, what is their ACV and net churn, how their sales and customer success…

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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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How to venture into product-led growth and scale successfully

The guest on the latest episode of the SaaS Revolution Show is Ashley Murphy, Director of Growth at OpenView Ventures. She shares insights about the benefits of product-led growth and how to go about implementing it in your company. Ashley has spent the last two and a half years helping the OpenView portfolio companies with…

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The top SaaS companies ruling the East Coast

As we looked into where the top SaaS companies on the East Coast are, some obvious and some not so obvious pockets surfaced. Boston, Atlanta, and Toronto were no surprises. However, Charlotte, NC, Reston, VA, and Fredericton, NB were unexpected discoveries. As we built our list, there were some big names we couldn’t omit. However, we made sure we put some previously hidden treasures in there as well.

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