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SaaStr Annual 2022: Scale faster with TinyMCE
Published August 12th, 2022
Big news! The SaaStr Annual 2022 is on September 13-15, in the SF Bay Area. It’s the world’s #1 Cloud gathering where you can get specific, SaaStr-style actionable advice and learnings, to help grow your business from $0 to $100M ARR. And the Tiny team is going!
Marketing Specialist at TinyMCE
At Booth 168
You can meet the Tiny team and chat about how we can help you build a better tech stack.
Curious? Read on…
What is SaaStr Annual?
SaaStr Annual is the biggest event in the world for SaaS with 10,000+ SaaS executives, founders, and VCs — the best of the best always attend. The aim of SaaStr is to provide endless opportunities to SaaS businesses — to share, learn and network with SaaS peers from every role, function, industry, company size, and beyond.
For SaaS companies, SaaStr annual is our super bowl moment. We all get to learn, enjoy — and have fun.
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When did SaaStr begin?
SaaStr began in 2012 as a simple WordPress blog and a few answers on Quora that shared Jason Lemkin’s learnings of going from $0 to $100m ARR at EchoSign.
Then there were the first meet-ups in 2013 and 2014, the first SaaStr Annual in 2015, the leading podcast came along in 2016, then the first SaaS founder coworking space in 2017, and SaaStr Pro — the first learning management system for SaaS founders — in 2018.
Why would you attend SaaStr Annual?
If you’re a B2B founder, executive, revenue leader, or investor, SaaStr 2022 is a must-attend event!
It’s a great chance to hear from the best in SaaS, to find a new mentor among the top industry experts and to network both during the day and at the afterparties. And of course, its widely (and loudly) shouted goal is to help everyone get from $0 to $100m ARR with less stress and more success.
SaaStr achieves all that, with a combination of industry-leading content and community connections. The conference has something for everyone — in 2022 SaaStr has:
- 3 full days of events
- 100+ tactical sessions from world-known founders, new voices, and up and comers
- 250+ speakers from the best SaaS companies across the world
- 1000+ networking meetings, AMAs, mentoring sessions, 1-on-1s, and roundtables
- 750+ VCs in attendance, with 1:1 Meet a VC matchmaking
- 150+ of the best sponsors who are driving innovation in Cloud
If you’re in SaaS and looking for growth opportunities — it’s the best conference to attend.
TinyMCE at SaaStr Annual 2022
Tiny is a Gold Sponsor of the 2022 SaaStr Annual. We’re looking forward to three full days of connecting with our community and showing businesses how they can scale faster with the help of the world’s most trusted WYSIWYG component.
What’s the big deal? TinyMCE enables rich text editing capabilities within any application. It’s scalable, adaptable and reusable, and it currently powers 100M+ projects worldwide, while 1.5M+ developers use it to add velocity to their tech stacks, so they can build and ship their projects faster.
For years we’ve helped SaaS businesses grow their revenue and decrease churn, while saving development costs. So we have a lot to bring to the SaaStr Annual community and discuss how TinyMCE can help startups:
- Launch, grow and scale their businesses
- Reduce their development and technical debt burdens
- Increase their developer velocity
- Minimize ongoing support tickets
- Boost the productivity of their users
Are you attending SaaStr Annual 2022?
Let’s meet and chat about how TinyMCE can help you scale faster.Book a SaaStr meeting
Meet the Tiny team at
SaaStr Annual 2022 — Booth 168
Are you attending?
Let’s meet and chat about how TinyMCE can help you scale faster.
Drop by Booth 168 to chat about TinyMCE and see how we can help
you scale faster.
Would you like to book a meeting? Follow this link. We can’t wait to see you!
Anastasia is the Marketing Specialist for Setka, at Tiny. An international marketing professional for global SaaS companies, Anastasia holds a Master’s Degree from the University of St Andrews, UK, and a Marketing certification from the University of California, Berkeley. She's a strong advocate for remote work, mental health awareness, universal access to education, and a world without borders.