Best Saas Conferences of 2019

Best Saas Conferences of 2019

Conferences can be a huge part of a SaaS companies marketing/advertising budget. Make sure you are sending your team to the right conferences by reading up on some of the best SaaS conferences coming up in 2019!

  • Saastr
    • Twitter: @saastr
    • San Jose, CA
    • Feb 5-7, 2019
    • # of Attendees: 15,000+
    • # of Exhibitors: 200
    • Attendee Cost: $599 - $1799
      • Saastr claims to be the largest SaaS conference in the world, and for good reason. Featuring 300 speakers and an attendence of over 15,000, SaaStr remains the go-to conference for the SaaS industry. While the event is big, Saastr prides itself on facilitating in-depth conversations with over 1000 sessions aimed at producing small group discussions, Q and A's and 1 on 1 meetings. Saastr always bolsters top speakers, discussing relevant industry topics. Last year topics included “How to Build Customer Loyalty with Subject Matter Expertise,” and “How to Sell and Market to 10,000 SMBs – On Two Continents at the Same Time.” With its size and topics, it's easy to see why Saastr is a must for SaaS teams.


  • Mobile Growth Summit
    • Twitter: @mobilegrowthMGS
    • San Francisco, CA
    • Feb 13-14, 2019
    • # of Attendees: 1,500+
    • # of Exhibitors: 100+
    • Attendee Cost: $395 - $1995
      • The Mobile Growth Summit is a conference for marketers that work with mobile products. The Mobile Growth Summit specializes in user acquisition, monetization, retention, engagement, and data analytics. Mobile Growth Summit has speakers from companies like Reddit, WeatherBug and who share hard data and tackle topics that can help to create and refine mobile your mobile strategy. Additionally, 70% of the attendees come from non-gaming industries so there’s plenty of content for all mobile apps.


  • DX3
    • Twitter: @dx3canada
    • Toronto, Canada
    • Mar 6-7, 2019
    • # of Attendees: 13,800+
    • # of Exhibitors: 50+
    • Attendee Cost: $495 - $1145
      • DX3 is a conference directed towards digital marketers and retailers with the goal of providing great networking, speaker and educational experiences to its attendees. DX3 offers a wide selection of events ranging from keynotes and informational sessions to workshops and lap demonstrations. With speakers from Lyft, Indochino and Orchard Mile, DX3 also has a diverse and impressive group of presenters that can provide a lot of useful information to its attendees.


  • Adobe Summit
    • Twitter: @AdobeSummit
    • Las Vegas, NV
    • Mar 26-28, 2019
    • 3 Days
    • # of Attendees: 12,000
    • # of Exhibitors: 100+
    • Attendee Cost: $1495 - $1895
      • Adobe Summit has nine tracks and over 300 sessions covering analytics, customer experience design, content management, omnichannel marketing, personalization and more. The Adobe Summit is a great opportunity for companies to learn how to create stunning branded customer experiences from industry leaders like Coca-Cola and Virgin. Some past Adobe Summit sessions included “Key Trends in Digital Experience Innovations” and “Manage a Sophisticated Multilingual Campaign with a Content-First Approach". Obviously, there is plenty of Adobe-centered content but speakers really focus on company success and practical takeaways that can be implemented in all companies. And with past speakers like Sir Richard Branson, David Godsman and Melissa Selcher, there will be no lack of information that can be shared with attendees.


  • CXL Live
    • Twitter: @conversionxl
    • Austin, TX
    • Mar 27-29, 2019
    • # of Attendees: 400+
    • # of Exhibitors: None
    • Attendee Cost: TBD
      • CXL is a conference focused on innovation and experimentation in growth marketing and customer conversion, covering topics like conversion optimization, digital psychology and analytics. CXL is a relatively small conference held in a remote location where attendees can unplug, relax and fully focus on finding new ways to grow their business. CXL prides itself on selecting speakers that have hands-on experience with the topics they are covering. Some past speakers include Lukas Vermeer at, Nina Bayatti at Class Path and Eric Allen at All speakers stay the full 3 days, which allows attendees to connect and learn from them 1-1.


  • CMC: Content Marketing Conference
    • Twitter: @CMCa2z
    • Boston, MA
    • April 16-19, 2019
    • 4 Days
    • # of Attendees: 1000
    • # of Exhibitors: 20
    • Attendee Cost: $649-$1649
      • CMC is a conference that focuses on making content more effective. CMC covers topics like personalization, AI and creating content that really matters. As a smaller conference, CMC allows attendees the opportunity to connect with experts in the industry. CMC is already planning to have great speakers from companies like MarketingProfs, Venngage and Monster. CMC also offers workshop sessions on topics like video marketing, content that gets your point across fast, brand-driven messages and CRO.


  • Moz Con
    • Twitter: @Moz
    • Seattle, WA
    • July 15-17, 2019
    • # of Attendees: 1000+
    • # of Exhibitors: 200
    • Attendee Cost: $799 - $1299
      • Moz Con is a conference that is focused on SEO, brand development, conversion rate optimization, mobile analytics, customer experience, content marketing and much more. Moz Con targets experienced marketers and is full of advice that can be implemented in all companies to increase conversion and customer retention. Moz uses this conference to share inside information about the online marketing world and upcoming trends. On top of all of the informational sessions, they plan a pub crawl and bowling/karaoke party to stir up some fun networking opportunities.

Overall, there are a lot of cool conferences coming up in 2019, so many that we couldn't fit all of them in this blog. If there are any that we didn't include send me a note at

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Michael Dunn

Michael Dunn

Hi, I'm Michael! I was born and raised in Minnesota, came down to Iowa to attend Drake University, where I graduated with a bachelors degree in Marketing. Self-proclaimed average golfer and IPA aficionado.

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