SaaStock 2017: a bigger, bolder, and more relevant SaaS conference

On the 18th Sept 1,500 SaaS leaders from around the world will descend on Dublin for the 2nd annual SaaStock event

7th September, 2017
SaaStock 2017: a bigger, bolder, and more relevant SaaS conference
Join 1500 Founders, VCs and Execs in Dublin for SaaStock 2017
Join 1500 Founders, VCs and Execs in Dublin for SaaStock 2017

In its latest edition, SaaStock, the only dedicated conference for Software-as-a-Service businesses in Europe, returns to Ireland with more content, bigger audience, and bolder ambition to help a wide set of founders scaling cloud companies. It takes place September 18-20, 2017. With 1500 attendees expected from over 40 countries, SaaStock 17 is a global conference with a European heart.

SaaStock breaks apart from the mold of typical tech conferences that often lean on more aspirational, rather than tactical content to attendees. Started in 2016, its premise is that founders and executives from companies operating with the unique SaaS business model need the same level of unique practical guidance. Marketing, sales, customer success and many other functions require a much different approach in the self-service monthly subscription cloud space.

Over 120 speakers you cannot miss

SaaStock is well stocked. With 120 speakers from all corners of the globe, from all sides of the SaaS space and every stage of a startup lifecycle, the three days in Dublin will be packed with tactical learning and sharing.

120 is a big number, and the talks will cover a broad spectrum of topics so no matter what your goals are, or whether you are into Marketing, Sales, Customer Success, Investor or founder wisdom, early stage or growth secrets, SaaStock has the right people for you to learn from.

The 120 speakers are brought together to disseminate the variety of knowledge they have gathered on September 19th and 20th. Keynote speakers include:

Ryan Smith, CEO of the unicorn Qualtrics, a company he bootstrapped from the basement of his family house and has been growing it for 15 years

Bill Macaitis former CMO at Slack, Zendesk and SVP at Salesforce, 3 of the fastest growing SaaS companies of all time

Mark Organ, CEO of Influitive who sold his first startup (Eloqua) to Oracle for $800million

Promise Phelon, CEO of TapInfluence who went through the transformation from services to SaaS that many companies are currently undergoing

Plan your 72 hours at SaaStock

Before we get on with planning your precious 72 hours in Dublin, here are a few things you should do today:

- Buy a ticket now, if you haven’t already. Prices are increasing, and seats are depleting.

- Download the app, look through attendees and start chatting. SaaStock is as much about making friends as it is about learning.

- Browse through the investors we have joining us and schedule some meetings. You don’t have to be actively looking for an investment to do so. Get on their radar for when you do.

- Sign up for the SaaS.City events as they are all limited in capacity (links are in your email). Since most of these run through the whole day, you can only book one.

Why Attend?

SaaStock has become the most important gathering of Global SaaS Companies (Founders, Executives & Investors) in Europe, enabling the community to learn from the SaaS trail-blazers and from one another.

SaaStock 2017 will be the biggest conference in Europe for global SaaS companies of all stages to meet and network. If you want to build your sales pipeline and meet with SaaS investors, then SaaStock is the place to be. Whatever your objective for attending Europe’s leading SaaS Marketplace, the outcome is growth for your SaaS Business.

Join us at SaaStock 2017 to learn how to build category leading B2B SaaS businesses and turn your SaaS up to eleven!

For more information and to purchase the last remaining tickets visit www.saastock.com

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