Future of SaaS Festival – Forge your company future

Future of SaaS

The Future of SaaS Festival is the world’s first and only online festival dedicated to the future of SaaS. With 50 experts spanning 11 prominent SaaS categories, Future of SaaS Festival is packed with action-led talks from some of the world’s largest organizations and exciting start-ups.

 

In the current times of uncertainty, people are concerned more now than ever about the future. What does the future hold for events? What happens to SaaS now? How can I safely connect and network with like-minded peers? What’s the future of security and cyber threats? The festival brings SaaS leaders together to talk about the future of SaaS.

 

Starting May 26th and spanning over 3 days, the online event will leave you with lots of current, practical and actionable insights, covering everything from revenue optimisation to acquisition and monetisation. Elevate your career and learn from leading SaaS powerhouses from the likes of Google, Amazon, HubSpot, Twilio, Drift, Survey Monkey, Salesforce and Typeform. Tap into the knowledge and actionable insights gathered by SaaS leaders in talks on Supercharging your Impact as a Product Manager, The Value of Product in an Open source Business, SaaS in the time of COVID 19 and Building a Data Driven Win-Loss Program. Take this information with you to transform your path, product and company.

 

“With a diverse range of industry leaders from some of the most innovative companies in SaaS participating and sharing their experience, I’m really excited to attend what is sure to be a thought provoking and very valuable few days” – Rav Dhaliwal, Investor & Venture Partner, Crane Venture Partners.

 

Get involved for free and watch 5 live presentations, or purchase an Access All Areas Pass and gain lifetime access to all content from the Future of Saas Festival.

 

Or, join the conversation early, start networking and begin your learning journey now by joining the Future of SaaS slack community. Get quick answers to your burning SaaS questions, access daily batches of fresh content and draw insights from a network of like-minded peers. 

 

For more information, contact [email protected]

 

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