If you are curious about who comes to Business of Software Conference USA, be curious no more.
We’re as bored as you probably are about signing up for an event then getting endless marketing emails from companies associated with an event that we didn’t ask for or want. In this age of growth hacking and list building, conferences are rich pickings for unscrupulous operators who use attendee lists to build marketing lists for themselves or others. Last year we even had approaches from an organization that wanted to sell us our own attendee list, complete with emails and phone numbers… quite the surprise considering we NEVER share email addresses of attendees with anyone and our attendee list is for the exclusive use of attendees to make connections at the event.
When people ask us, as potential attendees, speakers, supporters, who comes to the conference, we don’t think it is right to send an attendee list. We do want you to know the type of people that come however.
To give you an idea, here’s the breakdown of attendees by company size and a list of job titles by company size for BoS USA.
There are a lot of different job titles represented at BoS. Here’s how we split them up for the purpose of the above chart:
Board or Founder = Founder, CEO, CFO, President, Managing Director etc
CXO or VP = CTO, CPO, CMO, VP Sales, Director of Software Engineering etc
Manager = Product Manager, Product Portfolio Lead, Business Development Manager, Product Marketing etc
Other = Senior Developer, Business Analyst, Software Engineer etc
Want to see more granular data? You can see the job titles included in each category here.
Job Title Word Cloud: Companies with 1-10 Employees
Job Title Word Cloud: Companies with 11-50 Employees
Job Title Word Cloud: Companies with 51-200 Employees
Job Title Word Cloud: Companies with 201-1,000 Employees
Job Title Word Cloud: Companies with 1,000+ Employees
Get your Fall BoS Conference Ticket
27 - 29 September 2021, Online
BoS Conferences are the events professional CEOs and serious founders attend to learn how to build, run, and scale successful software companies.
First batch of speakers and sessions have been announced. Attendance is limited to 300 spots.