Hey everyone! 👋
SaaS organisations have transitioned from sales-led to product-led growth to now focusing on a community-driven approach to growth.
But building a community is hard. At times, building a community means having more questions than there are answers to.
And that’s what we’re here to help you with. We want to give you every advantage to succeed. Threado Community Hour is our initiative to support you in your journey.
We want to hear from you, share insights, and exchange community-led stories.
For this month’s community drop, bring in your questions, thoughts, and conversation starters as you wouldn’t want to miss this fun ride!
What is it? - Live panel discussion with experts on building & scaling successful communities. Get a chance to network with peers in the industry from across the globe!
Who should attend? - Community managers, marketers and founders
When? - 1st February, 2022, 12PM EST
Why? - We’ve got some of the most influential SaaS community experts, the crème de la crème, to give you a sneak peek into their secret formulas for community building and it’s free!
What do you want us to talk about in Community Hour?
Scaling a community from 0-1
Hacks and learnings from experts
Building long-term relationships
Setting the right community goals
🍿 Food cravings, the app dev ecosystem, and destiny
Iterations after iterations until finally Hasura is born - a GraphQL based app development platform that allows you to set up dynamic backend databases that can be easily queried from front-end clients.
Boasting customers like Walmart, Atlassian, Airbus, and Swiggy (among others), Hasura is gradually becoming a force to be reckoned with.
In September 2020, the company raised $25 million as a part of their series B funding, which comes just 6 months after their series A round which cleared $9.9 million funding. Altogether, Hasura has now raised $36.5 million. Wondering how they built this?
Web 3.0: Welcoming the Inevitable
Ethereum this. Blockchain that. A truckload of terms is being thrown around on the internet but what we’re dealing with is nascent, and in some ways inexplicable. In this week’s blog, we take a look at the evolution of the web - where we started and how Web 3.0 is an intelligent upgrade for an intelligent world.
Building on blockchain technology, Web 3.0 can be thought of as the real-world equivalent of a democratic society but there are no governments, no presidents, just the people operating individually (yet collectively) in an open network.
Read it all here.
Lastly, we will leave you with this thread..
Join us as we kick off 2022 jam-packed with community events handcrafted just for you.
We would love to hear your feedback and help you out with anything around community building. Please feel free to write back and connect with us :)