The SaaStr Equality, Inclusion and Balance Program
At SaaStr, our goal is for the Annual to be the most inclusive and representative event in SaaS.
We have made significant progress in speakers and content (60% of our speakers in 2018 and 2019 are/were women or multicultural speakers), and we are striving to repeat that with our attendees as well.
We believe that true innovation depends on hearing from, meeting with, and listening to people with a variety of perspectives and diverse backgrounds. We want our events, and the community and companies who participate in them, to include, encourage, and recognize people of all races, ethnicities, genders, ages, abilities, religions, sexual orientation, and military service.
To help, we've set aside 1,000 VIP, no-charge passes to SaaStr Annual for members of underrepresented groups in the B2B / SaaS community. If demand exceeds allotted tickets, we will prioritize the groups most underrepresented at the event. Thank you for your interest and we look forward to seeing you there!
A confirmation email will be sent if selected.
A full conference pass to SaaStr Annual 2020 that includes priority access to all sessions and events
First/early access to all mentoring platforms and programming (1000+ braindates, etc)
VIP/early access to session registration
VIP access to Inclusion Awards Reception
Be a member of a group not well-represented within the tech community or at technical conferences, including but not limited to: women, underrepresented backgrounds, people with disabilities, LGBTQ, veterans
Be an employee at a post-revenue B2B or SaaS operating company
Must be able to book your own travel and accommodations for SaaStr Annual
If employed, your employer will not cover the cost of your conference attendance
If founder or CEO, at < $1m in ARR
No VCs, unless non-partner and fund size < $40m
Must be 18 years old or over to apply
Must agree to follow our Code of Conduct
LOVE hearing from @LeylaSeka and @QueenMollyMol talking about #equalpay and #genderequality. As a daughter of a bad a** mom who fought for equality 25 years ago and changed legislation in MO as a result of standing up, I will continue to fight. #SaaStrAnnual2019— Elizabeth Brigham (@esbrigham) February 6, 2019
Hey @saastr ! It’s only the second session of the day and I’m already feeling empowered seeing so many women on stage 👏 You know what they say: if you can see her you can be her 💪#SaaStrmoments #SaaStrAnnual #Diversity #WomeninTech pic.twitter.com/N0oTnDZZtb— Manuela Bárcenas (@ManuelaBarcenas) February 5, 2019