Join us Thursday, June 20th at Venture Lane in downtown Boston!
Pricing SaaS is Hard.
Let's talk about a hard truth: the majority of companies are still getting their pricing wrong, and ProfitWell has the data to prove it.
Join CEO Patrick Campbell in a monetization breakdown to unpack what they've extracted from over twelve thousand recurring revenue companies on pricing strategy and why getting it wrong is not an option.
He'll share top pitfalls and insights, and give SaaS startup leaders a pricing playbook full of data-driven insights and tactics.
In addition, we have a diverse panel of SaaS veterans ready to offer their views and comments in reaction to both Patrick's talk AND several startups whose pricing strategy needs love.
STARTUPS NEEDED FOR PRICING SURGERY- APPLY NOW
We finish the evening with Pricing Surgery, to be performed on volunteer startups open to hearing a diagnosis from Patrick and our panel about their pricing strategy and page.
We need 2-4 companies willing to put their pricing under the scope. Interested? Apply here:
FOOD/DRINK AND AFTERPARTY
Light appetizers and non-alcoholic drinks will be served.
Also join us at The Kinsale Irish Pub & Restaurant across the street for a post-event beer at 8pm!
ABOUT SAASTOCK LOCAL:
SaaStock Local is the city chapter program of SaaStock, a global community of software as a service (SaaS) founders, executives, and investors.
Our mission is to help SaaS companies to gain traction, grow, and scale. We achieve this by bringing the leaders of SaaS together at our annual conferences in Europe, North America, Latin America, Asia, and Australasia.
To keep adding value year-round, we organize quarterly SaaS meetups in cities all over the world, continuously share actionable learnings from the best minds in SaaS, and connect the global SaaS community online.
Patrick Campbell is the CEO of ProfitWell (formerly Price Intelligently), the software for helping subscription companies with their monetization and retention strategies. ProfitWell also provides free turnkey subscription financial metrics for over eight thousand companies. Prior to ProfitWell, Patrick lead Strategic Initiatives for Boston based Gemvara and was an Economist at Google and the US Intelligence community.
HubSpot for Startups is designed specifically for startups that need tools, strategy & support for growth that's both fast and scalable.
Marisa Rackson builds partnerships with incubators, accelerators, and other startup organizations to help grow and educate the startup world. She is passionate about working closely with partners to solve their most pressing sales/marketing challenges and elevate their go-to-market strategies.
Before HubSpot, Marisa consulted at BCG for companies small and large to craft and implement organizational and operational strategies. She is passionate about financial literacy, mentorship, and appreciates hearing about a great book on behavioral economics!
Marisa studied Behavioral Economics and Management at The University of Pennsylvania and graduated Magna Cum Laude.
Steve is a veteran consumer and health tech product executive who has led the creation and launch of several hardware and software products at startups and established companies such as Apple, Microsoft, Philips, Avid, and Bose. He currently consults on product strategy and delivers on product development for venture-backed SaaS and health tech startups through his company Somerset & Church, aka the Product Guys.
Jonathan Kim is the CPO and Co-Founder of Appcues, a software that adds an experience layer to your product that lets you easily build, instantly publish, and frictionlessly optimize in-product experiences your users will love. Prior to starting Appcues in 2013, Jonathan built user interfaces as a front end software engineer at HubSpot, which he joined by way of Performable. He grew up in Hawaii and has a degree in journalism from Boston University.
Eric is currently the Director of Partnerships at Chargebee, where he is responsible for the Startup Engagement Programs for the company as well as leading partnerships across the organization. Prior to Chargebee, he has been an entrepreneur 3x (one failure, one exit and one thriving company). He has over 20 years of building digital products and company growth at Global 2000 firms and startups. He has deep expertise across a wide set of industries including Automotive, Financial Services, Mobile and Enterprise Software Industries. Eric has also been a nationally-recognized mobile market expert featured in CNBC, Forbes & Wireless Week. Eric holds a Bachelors in Business Administration and a Masters in Software Engineering, both from Carnegie Mellon University.