What is SaaS Connect?
Since 2011, we've hosted the conference for SaaS partnership leaders.
We are the single event for SaaS companies, platforms, API services, channels, distributors, resellers, app stores, and investors.
Make cloud software and looking for partnerships?
Do you distribute or resell cloud software?
Are you building an ecosystem of cloud integrations?
Do you invest in cloud software?
It's an instant professional network of the key people you need to know.
At the end of the day, people come to SaaS Connect to meet partnership teams from around the industy. As partnership professionals, this event saves you a ton of time, money, and pain building your network and pipeline. Don't take our word for it.
Facing a challenge? Break through. Learn from others how they solve problems.
Book 1:1 time with a mentor at SaaS Connect
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The Cloud Software Association and SaaS Connect is organized by SaaS partnership leaders like yourself.
Interested in joining the executive? Let us know.
Want to book meetings with these companies? Most attendees opt-in to sharing their contact information with other attendees. But you have to register to get the list!
And you! Register to meet these partner teams
We'll make introductions, but only if you register!
Our mission: Meet and share experience with SaaS partnership executives to build the market for SaaS distribution.
It's at Bespoke Eventspace, 4th floor of the Westfield Center, downtown San Francisco near Powell station.
Westfield San Francisco Center
835 Market Street, Suite 450
Before 10am use 835 Market Street entrance
Enter at the 835 Market Street Westfield entrance [street view], which is between Walgreens and Timberland. Take elevators to 4th floor.
Bespoke is at the other end of the 4th floor.
We recommend Hotel Zetta at 55 5th St, San Francisco, CA
Zetta full? Try their sister hotel named Hotel Zelos a block away at 12 4th St., San Francisco, CA
One block in the other direction we recommend the Park Central Hotel 50 Third St. San Francisco, CA (A Starwood hotel - for the frequent travelers among us)
As a SaaS reseller I need to be at the ground floor of the revolution happening with small businesses. the Cloud Software Association is the only organization brings together resellers like me and the SaaS vendors I work with.
SaaS Connect is my favorite conference to attend. The agenda really affords an opportunity to make contact with people, and the openness of the sessions brings frank and candid lessons forward about everything from business partnerships to technology challenges.
SaaS Connect is the place to meet business savvy SaaS executives who are changing the world with their software applications!
For a SaaS business catering to SMB; the only reason I can think of for not attending SaaS Connect is that they don't know about it.
Our first SaaS Connect was impressive. The Keynote and breakout presentations were great content for all of us selling the importance of the channel to Small Business. I'm looking forward to the next one!
the Cloud Software Association is an exciting organization bringing together the right mix of young, hot companies with seasoned veterans leading some of the most successful global tech companies. If you're looking for connections, look no further than SBW.
SaaS Connect is a great place to talk with SaaS providers to understand how they are running businesses. Great tips and solid metrics.
I am very impressed with the set up, location and organization of SaaS Connect and would highly recommend it for any organization involved in working with SMB oriented solutions.
We have been coming to SaaS Connect for several years. The knowledge we gain makes it a highly recommended, valuable resource for any serious SaaS organization.
This was my first SaaS Connect event and it was terrific. I've been events over the past 2-3 years where I'd hoped to be connecting and learning from peer companies, partners and advisors. This event delivered big time. I'll be back next year!
SaaS Connect was incredibly resourceful and met the objectives I was hoping for: insightful content from the speakers, interesting industry discussions and connecting to SaaS peers and SMBs.
SaaS Connect should not be missed for any working in the SMB SaaS space.
This is the goto gathering for leaders of SMB-focused SaaS companies. I look forward to it every year.
An excellent networking event and forum to discuss how software platforms can help empower small business owners.
SaaS Connect is the most valuable conference I attend each year. It is an opportunity to meet and get to know the top business development people in other companies in our space. I leave each year with new ideas and action items on how to grow our business.
For any SaaS business seeking to penetrate the SMB market, and network with those who have successfully done so, SaaS Connect is a terrific event. I will be back.
SaaS Connect is one of the most productive and fun event I've attended this year. It's a great venue to meet up with current and new partners in the small business app ecosystem.
SaaS Connect provides a highly intimate setting for SMB professionals to share best practices and learn from some of the best minds in B2B tech.
SaaS Connect is the right place to gain insights from your peers and to build meaningful connections that can truly help you drive your business.
SaaS Connect is a rare opportunity to meet industry specialists in a casual, candid environment. The diverse crowd and collective experiences of the attendees provide a wealth of knowledge that's hard to find elsewhere in this competitive SMB space.
I had a fantastic SaaS Connect reconnecting to old contacts and making new ones. I made some great strides in developing a new plan to open channels and partnerships. This SaaS Connect should be attended by anyone who runs or helps to run a SaaS company.
SaaS Connect is one of the best professional events I have ever attended. Smart, focused, well-produced and full of nice, approachable people all there for the same reason - to do business. I'll be going to everything they put on.
After visiting San Francisco for a week and attending Small Business Web 2011 Conference, my tech company at the time, edocr.com grew by 250% in the following year, all thanks to the relationships developed during the Visit.