SAASTR WEEKLY / JULY 22, 2018

 
 
 

Hey SaaS Fans,


Have you heard we're moving Annual to San Jose in 2019?? We'll feature 300+ speakers on multiple stages, host community members from over 50 countries, offer 500+ mentoring sessions, and sprinkle in plenty of SaaStr-style surprises at the HUGE San Jose Convention Center next Feb. 5-7. The event will quite literally be bigger and better than ever!


And right now, our subscribers and their teams can get 20% off tix to Annual 2019 -- don't miss out on this special early bird pricing!


 
 
 
SaaStr News & Updates
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Hot Jobs!
 

Do you know a motivated and team-oriented Growth Hacker/Manager that's looking for new opportunities? Team SaaStr is looking for a talented marketer to join our team! Details here.


blockit is looking for software engineers to join their Texas-based team!

 

Bitmovin is currently hiring for several SF-based positions, including VP of Finance, Head of Demand Gen, Office Manager / EA, and Director of Sales.

 

DataServ is hiring a Full Stack Developer III in St. Louis, MO!

 
 

Want to feature your job listing here? It’s just one of many benefits you’ll get when you sign your team up for SaaStr Pro!

 
 
 
 

SaaStr Soundbite of the Week! Career Growth As A Woman: Avoiding Bias

 
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The Latest SaaStr Podcasts
 
SaaStr Podcast #184: Sam Blond, Chief Sales Officer @ Brex With a Step by Step Guide To Scaling Your Sales Team
Listen on  iTunes,   Google Play Music  or  Spotify

SaaStr Podcast #183: Eoghan McCabe, Co-Founder & CEO @ Intercom on The Right Way To Structure Your Org Chart
Listen on iTunes, Google Play Music or Spotify

SaaStr Podcast #182: Steve Lucas, CEO @ Marketo On What Makes A Truly Great SaaS CEO Today
Listen on  iTunes,   Google Play Music  or  Spotify

 
 
 
 
This Week in SaaS
 
 
 
 
 
 
@jasonlk Tweets of the Week
 

Sometimes A people that are new managers still hire all B’s. It often takes a little while to learn how to hire people better and more experienced than yourself


The best employees their first week point out something that could be done better … And ask if they could own it / fix it / improve it. Like almost always

Option 1: leave after you've finally done it once. then, everyone will want to hire you. Option 2: leave after you've done it 3x-4x times over again. then, you can really build an A+ team around you.

When you think BigCo should buy StartUp XYZ, That may make sense in 2018, but BigCo is usually thinking about holes and problems it has to solve for 2019-2021. Or 2022-2023 if CEO-driven. M&A hard to predict from the outside.

 
 
 
 
 
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