TL;DR: this Monday 12th April prices for BoS Conf Online.Spring 26-27 April will go up by $100 as Early Bird pricing ends.
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Why attend BoS?
The best recommendations are always from customers so have a quick listen to what both long-time and fresh BoS attendees had to say about last year’s (online) conferences.
In the meantime, get a feel for the kind of learning you typically get from a BoS event by checking out the talks below about… yup… pricing!
Rich Mironov demystifies software pricing
You can spend as much as you want on developing a product, but no one cares how much you spend – they only care about its value. With roots in B2B infrastructure, SaaS, and consumer retail, Rich combines ‘what-we-can-build’ with ‘what-markets-want’ to demystify software pricing.
Patrick Campbell of Profitwell on SaaS pricing
While user acquisition is important, a 1% improvement in customer monetisation or user retention will have 3-4x impact on bottom line over user acquisition.
Jim Geisman on Why Pricing Isn’t Rocket Science
When pricing is done right – or right enough – you will generate revenue faster without spending too much to attract, close and retain customers. So how do you get pricing right?
Jeff Lawson, founder of Twilio, on pricing and owls
A very sharp talk from the founder of Twilio on software pricing, including how to measure value and put a price on it. Jeff is also an expert on drawing owls and can teach you his patented method.
Bonus: Don’t Just Roll the Dice
Download and read a usefully short guide to software pricing written by Neil Davidson, co-founder of Red Gate software and the Business of Software conferences.
Register before price rise
If you’re thinking of joining us for BoS Conf Online.Spring in a couple of weeks time, now is the perfect time to grab your tickets.
Prices go up on Monday as Early Bird tickets end so register and buy your ticket ASAP.
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.