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SaasOpen Review: The Value of In Person Meetups

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Join us as Matt Watson chats with Greg Head about the power of in-person events like the SaaS Open. We're talking about ditching the Zoom fatigue and forging real connections with founders who GET IT.

They discuss the value of talking to other entrepreneurs and attending events. They highlight the power of community and the benefits of connecting with like-minded individuals. They also touch on the importance of in-person events and their impact on building relationships. The conversation emphasizes the practical aspects of running a SaaS business and the challenges founders face. 

In this episode, you will learn about:

  • Talking to other entrepreneurs and attending events can provide valuable insights and support.
  • Building a community of like-minded individuals can be energizing and help overcome challenges.
  • In-person events allow for deeper connections and a different level of understanding.
  • Practical founders focus on the nitty-gritty of growing a business without relying on big funding.
  • Networking and learning from others in the entrepreneurial community is essential for success.

Overall, the episode emphasizes the value of networking and learning from others in the entrepreneurial community.


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Highlighted Discussion Points

  • Entrepreneurship, community, and networking. 0:31
  • Entrepreneurship, networking, and growth at SaaS open conference. 1:28
  • Entrepreneurship, business growth, and SaaS industry insights. 6:00
  • Business growth challenges and strategies. 9:43
  • The importance of networking for SaaS founders. 15:39


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