An email app with a waitlist? No, this isn’t 2004 and I’m not talking about Gmail. Superhuman has actually handled to attract and preserve consistent interest for its membership e-mail product, with a wait list at over 275,000 individuals long at last count– all while asking users to pay $30 per month to access to the service. Founder and CEO Rahul Vohra will join us on Tuesday, June 26 at 2pm ET/11am PT for an Additional Crunch Live Q&A.
We have plenty of concerns of our own, however we wager you do, too! Additional Crunch members can ask
their own questions straight to Vohra during the chat. We’re enjoyed have the ability to sit down with Vohra for a discussion about e-mail, why it required modification, and what’s bringing a lot attention and interest to Superhuman on a continual basis. We’ll speak about the existing prevailing market climate and what that’s implied for the business, as well as how you handle to develop not one, but 2 business (Vohra previously established and offered Rapportive) that have adapted email to more modern-day needs– and struck a chord with users as a result.
SaaS seems to be one of the brilliant spots in an otherwise relatively gloomy worldwide financial scenario, and Superhuman’s $30 per month subscription model definitely qualifies. We’ll ask Vohra what it means to develop an effective SaaS start-up in 2020, and how there might be a lot of chance even in so-called ‘fixed’ issues like email and other elements of our digital lives that have actually ended up being essentially undetectable thanks to routine.
Audience members can also ask their own concerns, so come prepared with yours if you’re currently an Extra Crunch member. And if you aren’t yet– now’s a great time to register.
We wish to see you there!
Article curated by RJ Shara from Source. RJ Shara is a Bay Area Radio Host (Radio Jockey) who talks about the startup ecosystem – entrepreneurs, investments, policies and more on her show The Silicon Dreams. The show streams on Radio Zindagi 1170AM on Mondays from 3.30 PM to 4 PM.