Isaac Souweine, Real Ventures Partner, Joins SaaSCan for Startups Advisory Board
Canadian SaaS startups to benefit from the appointment of early-stage investor and former venture accelerator GM, Isaac Souweine, to the SaaSCan for Startups Advisory Board.
OTTAWA, Dec 13, 2021 – SaaSCan, an organization dedicated to empowering customer-centric and metrics-savvy Canadian SaaS companies, is delighted to welcome Isaac Souweine to the SaaSCan for Startups Advisory Board.
The SaaSCan for Startups Advisory Board is comprised of Canadian SaaS leaders from coast-to-coast including founders, C-suite executives, incubators, accelerators, and investors. Its role is to advise SaaSCan on how best to educate and empower Canadian SaaS startups on topics related to SaaS metrics and benchmarks.
Isaac is a Partner at Real Ventures where he focuses on early-stage investments in Montreal-based companies. Prior to joining Real, he held product leadership roles in a number of high growth startups and large tech companies in Montreal, Singapore and New York. He was also General Manager at FounderFuel, Canada’s leading venture
Isaac is an active mentor, speaker, and organizer with a deep commitment to paying it forward. A husband and father of two, he thinks Montreal is the perfect place to build a world-class startup ecosystem while raising a family.
Isaac joins current SaaSCan for Startups Advisory Board Members Nicholas Noel, Chief Transformation Officer at PointClickCare, and Allan Wille, Co-founder and CEO at Klipfolio. Former SaaSCan for Startups Advisory Board members include Felicia Bochicchio, CEO at Vancouver-based Unbounce, and Martha Casey, former CEO at Halifax-based Volta.
SaaSCan was created to bring decades of experience in customer-centric growth and SaaS metrics to Canada’s growing SaaS ecosystem.
SaaSCan for Startups in particular was born in the early days of COVID-19 to help Canadian SaaS companies understand COVID’s impact on churn and retention. It has expanded to provide enablement for SaaS startups on SaaS metrics and benchmarks.