As we’ve noted elsewhere on SaaS Wire, the business model for software as a service is unlike any other. So it’s not surprising that SaaS businesses and investors see the benefit of meeting, sharing information and exploring new avenues to success.
And one of the latest opportunities that provides all three benefits is FE International’s LTV Conf 2019, North America’s leading SaaS conference. This conference, which takes place April 3-4 in New York City, is the industry’s master resource for learning from the greatest minds in the industry, gathering actionable insights and ultimately fostering greater success.
Few conferences are so highly specialized, and this year’s LTV speakers have been hand-selected to share knowledge in key growth areas such as marketing, scaling, tech and entrepreneurship. We look forward to hearing from the following successful founders, serial entrepreneurs and industry leaders:
- Kathryn Minshew, CEO & Founder of The Muse: “Finding Best Fit Talent in the Next Gen Workforce”
- Dan Martell, Founder of SaaS Academy and twice-exited SaaS Founder: “Is Your Demo Software Costing You Sales?”
- Autumn Manning, Co-Founder and CEO of YouEarnedIt: “Prioritizing Great Culture Through Various Stages of Growth”
- Nathan Barry, CEO & Founder of ConvertKit: “Lessons Learned Growing ConvertKit to $14mm ARR”
- Kerel Cooper, SVP of Global Marketing at LiveIntent
Direct access to these global leaders, combined with networking opportunities, provides attendees the opportunity to collaborate on the lessons from the day as well as foster other meaningful partnerships. LTV Conf is so networking-driven, it will feature not one, but two networking receptions, on April 2 and 3, respectively.
For an idea what LTV sessions are like, take a look at last year’s sessions.
Highly Approved Conference
If you’re wondering what last year’s attendees thought of the conference, let me show you one statistic: 95 percent of attendees say they would attend again the following year.
The reason? LTV’s speakers garnered an approval rating of 9.6 out of 10.
And you’ll find a wide range of speakers, too, including:
- SaaS founders with $100K – $20M ARR
- Bootstrapped and funded SaaS businesses
- Angel, VC and private equity firms
- Experience SaaS Executives
- Industry leaders in SaaS growth, marketing and M&A
“If you are serious about a SaaS business, you need to know what you’re doing to avoid mistakes. This conference will help guide you in the right direction and to think very strategically about how to start making money.” — Izzy Crouch, IZC Marketing
Emphasis on Quality
We can’t wait for LTV because of its prioritization of quality, both in content and experience. LTV intentionally invites the best of the best in the industry so they can be available to attendees. Everyone on stage is an expert in their field and primed to deliver highly focused, actionable insights.
The quality of the content means it appeals to both entrepreneurs looking to make sure they are on the right track and to industry leaders who want to stay up to date with the latest trends in the SaaS industry.
LTV also fosters collaboration between attendees in classroom-style learning sessions and workshops, which offer the opportunity to direct your burning questions to some of the greatest minds in the industry.
The goal is to offer immediately applicable and helpful tips and lessons, and feedback has confirmed that this is the case. As summarized by one testimonial, “The info from the experts was so valuable that you can make the ticket price back almost immediately by applying some of the things they suggested. The info could also prevent someone from making a costly mistake, thus saving them the ticket price that way too.”
Ready to attend LTV Conf 2019?
Order tickets (first 10 readers can get special $99 tickets using promo code BAYLEAF99), and grab one of the conference’s hotel deals:
- The Muse: $349-$379 a night (plus taxes)
- Gotham New York Hotel: $259 a night (plus taxes); get your deal through this link, and use Group Code *f1eint
LTV Conf is committed to representing diversity in the SaaS industry. The event is still accepting sponsors and are open to partnering with companies of all sizes and with varied backgrounds to help bring true visibility to the incredible things being accomplished by this global industry.