The Top 10 SaaStr Videos of the Week: Twilio, Wrike, Checkout.com, G2, Hubspot, Intercom and More

Want to catch up on the top SaaStr sessions?

Here are the most popular videos of the week:

#1. “How To Collaborate, Manage & Work With Developers With Jeff Lawson, CEO Twilio”.  Our deep-dive with Jeff Lawson on how to really manage a great dev team has been very popular, both on YouTube and also on our podcast:

#2. “5 Dos and Dont’s Lessons From My Bootstrapping Days” Wrike Founder and CEO Andrew Filev.  Wrike was just acquired by Citrix for $2B+.  Take a look back at how Andrew really got it all going:

#3. “Secrets to Turbo Charging Sales in 2021 with Keyfactor, Checkout.com Contentstack & Insight Partners”.  A great kick-off to the year on how to sell faster and better.

#4. “From Burn-Out to $100M in ARR with Jason Cohen of WP Engine”.  A SaaStr Classic on how to really cope with the long road to scale.

#5. “The “Dos & Don’ts” of Building Winning SaaS Companies with G2 Crowd”.  A deep dive from CEO Goddard Abel on what the numbers show about building a top SaaS company.

#6. “Dharmesh Shah of HubSpot – From Day 0 to IPO: What Went to Plan, What Most Certainly Didn’t”.  A SaaStr Classic on the early days at $1B+ ARR Hubspot.

#7. “Lessons from Gorgias: How to Close your First 1000 Customers Based Solely on Data”.  Gorgias is now the fastest-growing contact center solution, with 5,000+ SMB customers.  Take a look back at how they got their first 1,000 SMB customers here.

#8. “Mastering the Art and Science of Product-Led Growth with Gainsight”.  A brand new session from SaaStr Scale, on what “Product-Led Growth” really means.

#9. “A Founder’s Guide to Getting More Leads — ASAP with Emergence Capital, Zoom and Gusto”.  A SaaStr classic from top marketing leaders at Zoom and Gusto on the #1 question all founders have — How Do I Get More Leads??! 🙂

#10. “Growing & Scaling SaaS Businesses from $1M to $500M in ARR with Intercom CEO Karen Peacock”.  An all-time SaaS favorite with Intercom’s CEO Karen Peacock and Bessemer’s Byron Deeter.

Published on January 24, 2021

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