The Mogul I/O community is for top SaaS founders and CEOs. The team promises to facilitate connections among other founders, unlocking new collaboration opportunities. With smart networking through in-person and virtual events, SaaS professionals join to exchange feedback and support. But beyond business discussions, they also have a space to share ideas about any topic of interest.
It's an opportunity to ask your specific questions, lay on peer support to grow, and discover amazing people working in your industry. Membership is free, but they require an application process to keep the community standards high. They target members doing $0.5M to $50M in ARR.
Join a group of successful SaaS professionals:
They gather founders and CEOs of top SaaS companies. Having a rigorous admission process ensures you'll be surrounded by people who understand your challenges. Members engage in a place that easily connects you with those founders and executives that will positively influence your career.
Explore a whole new world of perspectives by sharing your obstacles with the community. Members from complementary companies will help you find your way out from the problems that hold back your success. Ask specific questions, request advice, and offer your experience to help others thrive.
Discover the community of SaaS professionals in meetups and side huge events.
You can apply if you're a founder or CEO of a SaaS company making between $0.5M and $50M in ARR.
They organize in-person meetups and events for people in SaaS.
The community hosts random chat rooms where members can discuss any topic of interest beyond business. The Mogul I/O community runs on Slack, where all conversations remain private and members-exclusive.
As they know how essential interaction is for founders and CEOs, the idea behind this project is to simplify communication among peers. They meant to replace DM and email, facilitating a space where you can easily share feedback and host live hangouts.
AlenavemMay 16, 2023 at 7:43 am
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