With the 2017 Annual behind us and planning for 2018 underway, the team here is so excited to announce some awesome new opportunities for female founders and execs to connect throughout the year.
Join the Women of SaaS LinkedIn Group
At the 2017 conference, the women organized a rogue lunch (thanks, Jarah!) and we were able to find a room in the venue last-minute to facilitate. The room was overflowing within minutes, so we’ll definitely have something much more organized in 2018. Since then, a Women of SaaS LinkedIn group has been set up. If you haven’t already, make sure you join the group!
Events at the CSS
Here’s what to expect from these events — Tactical, actionable, valuable content. Time to connect with women pushing a different boulder up the same hill. No fluff, no citing statistics. Women talking about their businesses, not about being a woman who also runs a business.
Last week, we were delighted to host “Women in Revenue” produced by our friends and Engagio here at the CSS. Over 200 women turned out to learn from the CMOs of Lever, Avaya, and Engagio as well as the Global SVP of Sales at Box. It was great.
SheWorx Breakfast Roundtables – THIS WEEK AND NEXT
We are so excited to be partnering with Sheworx to kick off their launch in San Francisco THIS WEDNESDAY. SheWorx has created chapters in NYC, LA, London, Singapore and Tel-Aviv, and successfully hosted over 100+ roundtables. The format is a breakfast limited to 25 female founders and led by top investor and executive mentors. There’s time for networking at the beginning and an Ask/Offer portion at the end.
Space is extremely limited. We’ve got a handful of free tickets reserved for SaaStr, but you have to use the code SAASTRVIP. And be sure to check out their SheWorx100 Summit – April 12th in NYC, May 10th in San Francisco, and June 7th in London.
An Evening with Fearless Women in Leadership – THIS THURSDAY
Thursday night we’ll be co-hosting “Nevertheless, She Persisted: An Evening With Fearless Women in Leadership” with our friends at DoubleDutch to benefit Girls on the Run. The line-up is pretty cool – Sandy Carter (CNN’s Top 10 Most Powerful Women in Tech), Kristina Shen (Bessemer), and Emily He (DoubleDutch) — and I have the distinct pleasure of moderating (<- excited!☺️). Ticket prices are on a sliding scale, so if you can’t join us but would like to make a donation, 100% of the ticket proceeds will be donated to Girls on the Run.