Birmingham Tech Week – Thursday 13th October
How to ensure your SaaS play is a success story
Achieving success with a new SaaS business is a tough challenge. Many ventures struggle to achieve market fit, acquire customers, and secure access to funding. So how can you ensure your SaaS enterprise is going to be a success story?
Receiving practical guidance and high-value contacts from others who have been on your journey can make all the difference. Waypoint Partners has a wealth of experience helping early-stage B2B SaaS businesses thrive. Our tech and corporate finance Partners are attending Birmingham Tech Week on Thursday 13th October, and will be available to give you free practical guidance on the growth and funding challenges facing your business.
The sessions will be led by the firm’s tech and corporate finance Partners Martin Ward and Gary Whyte, who will help attending businesses tackle some of challenges they’re facing including, for example, building value, achieving market fit, acquiring customers, and securing access to funding.
Martin Ward is a senior executive in the software industry with 30+ years’ experience of B2B enterprise technology and associated services across EMEA. Gary Whyte has worked in international M&A for 8+ years with a particular focus on advising company founders on the realisation of their exit plans.
Reserve your dedicated slot now by contacting Martin@waypointpartners.co.uk
*Sessions are available strictly by appointment on Thursday 13th October at X+Why in Brindley Place, Birmingham. Each confirmed slot will be of 45 mins duration.
“Achieving success with a new B2B SaaS business is a tough challenge. Many ventures struggle in their first few years, yet they are largely unable to access the advice and support available to more established businesses. Receiving practical guidance and high-value contacts from others who have been on that journey can make all the difference. Having helped many early-stage businesses thrive, we’re really excited to be imparting some of this knowledge and experience to the next generation of tech leaders.”