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Check out who’s coming to TC Sessions: SaaS 2021

On October 27, less than two fast-moving months away, we’re hosting TC Sessions: SaaS 2021, our first event focused exclusively on the software-as-a-service ecosystem. SaaS — the de facto business model for B2B and B2C startups and enterprises alike — shows no sign of slowing down. This is a prime opportunity to hear and learn from the industry’s major players, thought leaders, and, frankly, some of the most extraordinary creators around the globe. It’s more than just listening — engaging with speakers during Q&As and networking with founders, CEOs, and investors from major companies. Pro Ka-ching Tip: Want to save $100 on the price of admission? Yeah, you do. Buy an early-bird SaaS pass before the prices increase on October 1 at 11:59 pm (PT).

So, let’s get to it. Some leading voices and companies are coming to TC Sessions: SaaS to share their insight, actionable tips, and hard-won advice. Kathy Baxter is the principal architect for the ethical AI practice at Salesforce. She also has more than 20 years under her belt as a software architect. We will tap into her deep expertise for a panel discussion on AI’s growing role in software today and the implications of using AI in your software service as it becomes a mainstream part of the SaaS development process. Javier Soltero is the VP and GM in charge of Google Workspace, with over 2 billion users. Productivity apps like Gmail, Google Calendar, and Google Drive are a big part of SaaS, and Soltero joins us for an interview about the role Google Workspace plays in the Google Cloud strategy.


Jared Spataro is the corporate VP of Microsoft 365 — arguably one of the most successful SaaS products ever. He was part of the significant shift from on-prem to the cloud, and he’ll join us to talk about how Microsoft made that move and what it’s done for the company. This group of prestigious VCs will discuss what they look for when investing in SaaS startups. Casey Aylward, a principal at Costanoa Ventures, concentrates on early-stage enterprise startups. Kobie Fuller, a partner at Upfront Ventures, focuses on SaaS, AR, and VR. Sarah Guo, a partner at Greylock, concentrates on AI, cybersecurity, infrastructure, and the future of work.

Check out the TC Sessions: SaaS 2021 agenda — we’ll add more exciting panels, interviews, speaker Q&As and breakout sessions over the next few weeks. Register here to receive updates with the latest additions to the day’s events. TC Sessions: SaaS is a ripe networking opportunity. Consider this list of just some of the major companies in the house. Whether you’re looking for potential customers, investors, partnerships, or some other creative collaboration, you’ll have ample time to network with leaders from the foremost SaaS players:

  • Adobe
  • CBR
  • FedEx
  • McKinsey & Company
  • Moody’s Analytics
  • SAP
  • Shell Ventures
  • SONY
  • Verizon Ventures

TC Sessions: SaaS 2021 takes place on October 27, and this is your chance to learn from and network with the seriously successful movers, shakers, and unicorn makers of the SaaS world. Grab your early-bird pass before October 1 at 11:59 pm (PT), and you’ll save $100.


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