Blog / women in saas

11. March 2021

Women in SaaS - Anna from Leadfeeder

From a promising soccer career to ghostwriting for countless SaaS companies, this woman has solidified her worth a million times over. So whatever “boys club” she finds herself in next, her voice is sure to never again go unnoticed.

25. February 2021

Women in SaaS: Arielle from Donut

Breaking into tech is no easy task. Leaping from the hierarchical world of publishing into the chaotic land of startups comes with a never-ending stream of surprises and challenges that this woman has met with aplomb.

10. February 2021

Women in SaaS: Kelly from CoSchedule

When a woman with 20 years of experience in the industry says you don’t have to apologize for having an opinion, listen to her. “Feel confident in the knowledge that you are being paid to be present and active in this dialogue.”

27. January 2021

Women in SaaS: Patricia from Exponea

Inspiration can take unexpected forms—like a potential buyer of your car leading you towards your future as Head of CEE Sales. But ‘right place, right time’ can only point to a door. Thankfully, this passionate woman had the guts to open it, and to earn everything that came next.

12. January 2021

Women in SaaS: Veronika from ScreenCloud

Some people want a flexible work schedule. Others need it. Such is the case with the fierce woman that commences our Women in SaaS interviews of 2021. Sticking to a path of short term goals that leave room for seizing opportunities, she is now in charge of her precious time. And she owns it.

15. December 2020

Women in SaaS: Catherine from Intercom

In an industry she describes as having huge room for career growth and exploration, this woman thrives on the constant change that comes with the tech world. A part of that change was her own move from business to leading global partnerships in early 2020… something she would never have guessed a decade ago.

30. November 2020

Women in SaaS: Jessica from Integromat

Helping a product go from zero to almost half a million users worldwide, this Canadian-born woman leapt into the tech industry from a background in liberal arts. Now, she’s here to let people know just how welcoming the environment is no matter where you come from, and why learning to trust in yourself is a process worth the effort.

18. November 2020

Women in SaaS: Kinga from Brainy Bees

Perseverance personified, this business owner has hundreds of projects for SaaS companies under her belt—all taken on in just two years. A true testament of what can be done by meeting change head-on, the woman we’re introducing today has not yet hit 30, but she’s rocking the tech world like a seasoned professional.

2. November 2020

Women in SaaS: Mariana from noCRM

Leading a Customer Success team remotely and balancing the responsibilities of a new parent like an absolute pro, this quadrilingual woman is a force to be reckoned with. Her early chaotic yet exciting startup days exposed her exceptional versatility, a quality that continues to shine bright in her daily work.