With its debut in November 2017, The Subscription Commerce Summit(aka SUBCOM) became the first major conference to focus broadly on the trends and challenges that impact every type of subscription business, from traditional SaaS models to industries that may be newer to subscriptions, such as publishing, streaming media, and e-commerce.
The conference organizers are determined that content stay focused on sharing best practices rather than selling a specific product or service. Because of this, SUBCOM has attracted speakers and attendees from well known brands at both its San Francisco and New York events.
At last year’s San Francisco event, we heard from Hulu’s product team, the CEO of Vinyl Me, Please, Marketing at Ancestry.com, Customer Experience at Dow Jones, and the COO of Book of the Month Club, among many other industry leaders.
This year’s SUBCOM on October 15-16 promises to provide even more useful insights with the introduction of two dedicated tracks: Subscription Marketing & Customer Insights and Subscription Business Operations. The agenda is packed with key subscription brands such as Coursera, Politico, Autodesk, Unbounce, and Slack.
We invite you to join Recurly and other subscription practitioners as we learn about and share our experiences with maximizing the benefits of the subscription model!
What?SUBCOM 2018, a conference focused on the key challenges and trends impacting subscription businesses. Check out the full brochure here.
When & where? October 15-16 at the Marine’s Memorial Club in San Francisco, CA
Who? Subscription leaders in marketing, financial operations or product; entrepreneurs looking to become established in the subscription space; and subscription management and payment providers.
Register today!Use the discount code REC15p to get 15% off your conference registration!
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The value of Recurly is that we no longer have to worry about the different aspects of subscription management. Instead, we can focus on things that are our core competency, like adding value to our service and expanding our offering. That’s been a huge win for us.