Traction

Foundational, practical advice on all that it takes to gain the initial SaaS traction, from the product-market fit, through to the first sale, all the way to the initial customer onboarding

United Nations of SaaS: 25 International Companies We’re Excited To Meet At SaaStock19

It’s hard to work within the SaaS space and not have a tendency to geek out a little over data. Behind the scenes at SaaStock, we’re no different and always find it fascinating to delve into the stats behind the events we curate. Our handpicked speakers are fantastic, but it’s the atmosphere and insight provided…

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Nathan Latka The top 30m downloads

Take no prisoners: How Nathan Latka got 30M podcast downloads and a few lawsuits

The SaaS space is necessarily full of big characters. It takes a degree of personality and self-belief to survive, let alone succeed, in this fast-paced, innovative space. The ability to take educated risks means that plenty of us have excellent battle stories to tell. With this in mind, it’s always fun to sit down and…

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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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Where is Cledara, a year after winning SaaStock’s Best SaaS Startup for 2018

A year ago, Cristina Vila was on a race with time – would the Cledara MVP be ready for launch on October 16th at the SaaStock Pitch stage? It was the strategy she had decided to employ – launch with a bang. Suffice to say, she managed. Practicing the pitch over a 100 times, Cristina launched…

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Seven Marketing Lessons Learned From Building Two Successful SaaS Startups Video by Lidia Lutton

VIDEO: 7 x Marketing Lessons Learned From 2 x Successful SaaS Startups – Lidia Lüttin

VIDEO: Seven Marketing Lessons Learned From Building Two Successful SaaS Startups – Lidia Lüttin As VP of Marketing at Happeo, Lidia Lüttin is helping the company scale marketing and expand internationally. It’s not the first time she has done that. She did the exact same thing at Bynder where she built the marketing team from…

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Ask a VC anything with William McQuillan

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we take you back to the SaaStock18 stage for a special Ask Me Anything session with William McQuillan, Partner at Frontline. Without any preselected questions, William answers everything on the spot at the Traction stage. After leaving university, William was one of the founding employees of…

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Nazma Kurban predictable outbound machine

From 0 to $5M in ARR: How to create a predictable outbound machine

On this week’s episode of the SaaS Revolution Show, we talk with Nazma Qurban, Chief Revenue Officer of Cognism about how she has managed to build a predictable outbound sales machine in the past 2.5 years. When Nazma joined Cognism she was the first sales employee. The company had one paying customer so the world…

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Learning how to sell when it is (almost) too late

On this month’s episode of the Struggle, with talk with Joachim Klein, President of ThreeKit. Originally from Germany, Joachim has been living in San Francisco for the past three years.  ThreeKit is Joachim’s fourth foray into Enterprise SaaS, a field he is fully subscribed to at this point. He started off his path in a…

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Dan Martell the struggle

From a convict to 5-time SaaS entrepreneur: the story of Dan Martell

The start of Dan Martell’s entrepreneurial path bears all the hallmarks of a Hollywood film – driving a stolen car, chased by police, with a gun beside him. The latest guest on The Struggle, the Canadian 5-time founder has quite the story of trials and tribulations on the way to success. Beyond being a dad,…

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Bootstrapped Janna Bastow SaaStock

A six-year bootstrapped journey through the Plateau of Doom and back

On this month’s episode of The Struggle, we speak with Janna Bastow, Co-Founder and CEO of ProdPad, a SaaS platform for product management that helps product managers develop product strategy. It took Janna about a week on the job as a product manager to realize that she didn’t have the tools necessary to do her…

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