SaaS Conferences 2019
Working in SaaS marketing can be a lonely busy with long working hours. But it’s no good earning without learning. So make sure you’re investing in yourself in 2019 by attending some SaaS conferences and other marketing events that will both educate and motivate you.
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All ticket prices are shown in US dollars unless otherwise indicated. Prices are correct at time of publication but are subject to change.
SaaStr Annual 2019
Feb 5-7 (2019-02-05), San Jose, USA
Probably the most important SaaS event of the year, founded by industry veteran Jason M Lemkin. Tickets from $999.
Startup Grind Global Conference 2019
Feb 12-13 (2019-02-13), Redwood City, USA
While not strictly SaaS only, this conference is suited for entrepreneurs looking for the inspiration to take their side-hustle mainstream. Tickets from $355.
Traffic & Conversion Summit 2019
Feb 25-27 (2019-02-25), San Diego, USA
Boasting more than 6,000 attendees, 100 sessions and 8o speakers, this three-day event is aimed at digital marketing professionals, agencies, consultants and entrepreneurs.
March 8-16 (2019-03-08), Austin, USA
Category defying event where creativity goes to meet money, and vice versa. Tickets from $495.
March 17-18 (2019-03-17), San Francisco, USA
Sales and marketing focussed summit organized by ‘Account Based Everything’ research and advisory firm TOPO. Tickets from $995.
March 24-28 (2019-03-24), Las Vegas, USA
Aimed squarely at founders who are looking to start a bootstrapped SaaS or those that already have and are now looking to grow it. Tickets from $699.
March 26-27 (2019-03-26), San Francisco, USA
Formerly The Small Business Web Summit, 2018 will be the 8th annual summit of The Cloud Software Association. Tickets from $459.
LTV Conf 2019
April 3-4 (2019-04-04), New York, USA
“Europe’s leading annual SaaS conference” relocates to New York for 2019 after three years in London. Tickets from $499.
Recurring Revenue Conference 2019
April 30 – May 1 (2019-04-30), Marina Del Rey, USA
Organized by Sutton Capital Partners, this conference is focussed on how SaaS and consumer subscription companies can maximize value and ultimately company valuation. Tickets from $199.
Technology Services World San Diego 2019
May 6-8 (2019-05-06), San Diego, USA
The annual conference organized by the Technology Services Industry Association (TSIA). Tickets from $995.
SaaS Monster (Toronto)
May 20 – May 23 (2019-05-20), Toronto, Canada
Billed as the World’s leading SaaS conference, this event is known for hosting a wide diversity of speakers, from startups to Statesmen. From CAD$395.
Unbounce Call To Action Conference 2019
June 25-26 (2019-06-25), Vancouver, Canada
Annual conference organized by landing page masters Unbounce. A tsunami of insights on CRO, UX, PPC and SEO. Perfect for SaaS marketers at any level. Tickets from $600.
July 15-17 (2019-07-15), Seattle, USA
Rand may have gone but the Moz machine powers on, and appears to be in very capable hands. Every SaaS marketer should be made to attend at least once. Tickets from $799.
SaaS Monster (Hong Kong)
July 8-11 (2019-07-08), Hong Kong
Billed as the World’s leading SaaS conference, this event is known for hosting a wide diversity of speakers, from startups to Statesmen. Tickets from $340.
Aug 7-8 (2019-08-07), Vancouver, Canada
Traction Conf brings founders and leaders from some of the fastest growing tech companies to Vancouver to show you how to scale your business. Tickets from $299.
Hypergrowth East/West 2019
September, Boston and San Francisco, USA
Drift has yet to confirm September dates for its Hypergrowth conferences but if 2018 is anything to go by, expect them to be adjacent to Inbound and Dreamforce respectively. Ticket prices to be confirmed.
Sept 3-6 (2019-09-04), Boston, USA
HubSpot’s annual conference of inbound marketing saw over 21,000 attendees in 2017. Someone needs to build a bigger Boston! Tickets from $299.
Business of Software Conference
Sept 16-18 (2019-09-16), Boston, USA
The 12th Business of Software Conference USA. With attendance capped at 400 this event is where software company founders go to learn from each other. Tickets from $1,450.
Oct 14-16 (2019-10-14), Dublin, Ireland
The best opportunity in Europe to meet with your fellow SaaS founders, execs and investors. Worth going for the Guinness and great craic alone. Ticket prices to be confirmed.
Nov 4-7 (2019-11-04), Lisbon, Portugal
With over 1,200 speakers Web Summit claims to be the largest tech conference in the world. A place for movers and shakers to connect. Tickets from €850.
Nov 19-22 (2019-11-19), San Francisco, USA
Salesforce’s annual event with over 3,200 sessions covering every concievable industry, theme, role and Salesforce product has shifted from September to November for 2019. Ticket prices to be confirmed.
Nov 26-27 (2019-11-26), Ottawa, Canada
The biggest SaaS conference in Canada, organized by B2B SaaS Accelerator, L-SPARK. Ticket prices to be confirmed.
December, Boston, USA
SaaS metrics software company Profitwell organize this one day conference focussed on data driven acquisition, monetization and retention for subscription businesses. Star speakers and optional day workshops before and after. Ticket prices to be confirmed.
Growth Marketing Conference
Dec 10-11 (2019-12-10), San Francisco, USA
A packed 2-day conference covering organic, viral and paid acquisition and retention strategies and tactics for both B2B and B2C. With plans to expand globally in 2019, we’ll add details of events and locations as they become available. Tickets from $499.
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Which SaaS Conferences 2019 are you planning to attend?
It’s worth mentioning that all events are subject to change so please let us know if you spot anything that needs correcting. Also, we’d love to hear from you if you think we missed an event: either use the comments below or contact us.
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