This is a special edition of SaaStock Local London with Google Cloud in anticipation to SaaStock flagship event.
Join us to meet our special guest Graham Cooke, CEO of Qubit and Google's David Roldán, Head of Venture Capital & Startup Business Development - Europe.
Prepare to hear about their journey and engagement with SaaS founders, learn from actionable content and network with a selected audience. It will be a not-to-be-missed opportunity.
The main event theme and focus will be announced soon.
There will be drinks, food and dessert at the event.
This is a special edition and there are limited seats to this event. All tickets are sponsored by Google Cloud as part of the partnership with SaaStock.
Limited tickets will be issued daily until they run out. The waitlist will remain open and tickets will be issued upon cancelations.
Please cancel your order if you are unable to attend to give someone else the opportunity to attend.
Graham has been working with web technology since 1995, designing and building websites with emergent technology. Prior to founding Qubit, he spent 5 years working at Google. His most recent role there was as global leader on Google’s strategy for conversion rate improvement. Graham has always been wired into interesting technology and cut his teeth whilst creating a new on-demand TV box in his pre-Google days. An excellent communicator, Graham has appeared numerous times for Qubit and Google on the FT, BBC, CNN, ITV and regularly inspires crowds at ecommerce events. Key facts Loves: Innovator's Dilemma by Clayton M Christensen
David Roldán, Jr. is a connector, builder of ecosystems, and has a passion in paying it forward. He leads all investor and startup engagement, including the startup programme for all of Europe as part of the Google Cloud organisation.
He’s based in London when he’s not traveling and collaborating with founders. His mission is to support startups in their pursuit of product market fit. Outside interests include time with family, traveling, sports, great food, and listening to music.