Skip to the content

We're in Your Neighborhood

Join us as we host thought-leadership events in your area.


That's really what Software Executive Forum is all about.

Learn, discuss, debate, question, form relationships ... and do business. All with the feeling of one open community. Our participants are committed to the long-term success of their software business, and consider Software Executive Forum a place to learn from their peers and leave with new ways to think about their own business challeges.

But don't just take our word for it.

Read Why I Would Attend Software Executive Forum Every Quarter If I Could by Scott Epter, VP of Business Development & Technology, Exago.

What Makes Software Executive Forum Unique?

Approachable speakers. Great networking. Partnership Opportunities.

Software Executive Forum creates small, elite communities focused on the business aspects of managing a software company. The Forum is built for audience participation and networking, with an environment that attendees describe as inviting, high-energy, and incredibly helpful. This year, participants can attend Software Executive Forum in New York City and San Francisco.



Participants consider the Forum a place to learn about specific aspects of building, growing, and sustaining a profitable software company while interacting with their peers through the panel discussions.



Lively networking opportunities are a cornerstone of the Forum. Our attendees find tremendous value in continuing the conversations long after the panels are complete.



Participants create an intimate leadership community where attendees engage in dialogue directly with sponsors, leading to opportunities on both sides.

Focused on Software Executives

We'd only ask you to attend a meeting we'd actually want to attend. For us, that means it must be inviting, high-energy, and incredibly helpful. Here’s what makes Software Executive Forum worth attending:

  1. An agenda designed to address your daily challenges
  2. Expert presenters (from software companies big and small) ready to share their lessons learned
  3. An environment where your active participation is encouraged and drives conversation between attendees and panelists
  4. Actionable information (real insights you can implement!)
  5. Intimate exhibition space for meeting-and-greeting potential partners