A holistic and well-executed go-to-market strategy is one of the key pillars that drives sustainable, long-term growth for software companies. But there is a dearth of data that leaders can leverage to inform building out the best team, strategies, and tactics to scale their go-to-market organization. Leveraging proprietary data from over 200 leading GTM executives and tens of thousands of data points related to executive profiles across Sales and Marketing leaders, Doug Pepper, General Partner, and Christine Edmonds, General Partner and Head of Analytics at ICONIQ Growth will share detailed answers to the key go-to-market questions from B2B SaaS leaders including: the latest insights on what “effective” scaling means in today’s environment, the best practices for building out GTM teams and processes, learnings related to what profiles make the most successful IPO-ready executive hires, and how top companies are tweaking tactics in today’s environment to drive efficient selling.
CRO Confidential: The Hangover’s Over: 5 Ways to Get Your SaaS Revenue Back On Track with Gong’s SVP Sales and Founders Fund
After a period in 2021 known as “The Party”, where salespeople earned more while working less, businesses are shifting focus from measuring effort to emphasizing revenue generation. As the market bounces back, learn 5 ways to get back to hitting revenue targets with Jameson Yung, SVP of Sales at Gong, and Sam Blond, Partner at Founders Fund and previous CRO at Brex.
Hitting Hypergrowth: How To Take Your SaaS Company from $25M to $100M and Beyond with Amplitude’s CEO, Spenser Skates
Discover four critical lessons for maintaining hypergrowth on your journey from nothing to $100M and beyond with the CEO and co-founder of Amplitude.
In this session Nick Mehta will share ten significant mistakes he made during his career, and how these failures shaped his journey as CEO of Gainsight. Mehta will impart valuable lessons on resilience and growth, offering attendees actionable takeaways for their own entrepreneurial ventures. This talk is a must-watch for anyone seeking to learn from real-life experiences and turn failures into opportunities for success in the software-as-a-service (SaaS) world.