Why Your SaaS Company Needs a Quarterly All Hands Meeting

SaaS All Hands Meeting

In your company’s growth journey, it’s important to take the time to assess its progress, mission, and direction. This should happen quarterly, as short-term goals can often become the focus of decision making and take away energy from your main objectives. On […]

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Build a Better Brainstorm: A Guide to Inclusive Team Meetings

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We like to think that we operate our businesses as meritocracies. Good ideas get heard, and people with good ideas get rewarded. But what if that wasn’t exactly true? The fact is, in a typical eight-person team meeting, on average only three people do 70 percent of the talking. Luckily there are a few ways to make your meetings a bit more equal and inclusive.

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How to Keep Your Top Talent from Churning

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They say in growth, it’s easier to stop your already invested customers from leaving than to acquire new ones. When it comes to HR, things are no different. So, why is it that companies put more effort into searching for new hires, than focusing on developing the talent already in-house? MeisterLabs’ Technical Lead, Laura Bârlădeanu, shares what companies can do to retain top talent.

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Our First Trade Show as a SaaS Company: The Good, the Bad & the ROI

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You wouldn’t usually find SaaS companies like MeisterLabs at a trade show. We make most of our sales over the internet – through our website, via PPC campaigns, product review sites and other referrals. However, this year we decided to attend Atlassian Summit Barcelona. Michael Hollauf, shares whether it was worth the investment.

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