September 28, 2019

250 Members!

Mac Reddin @TeaGuns

Less than a week after soft launching (and without much marketing, fanfare, or public mention), Latka SaaS Hackers has reached 250 members! Almost all the members have engaged within the group at least once during the week, and we hosted 2 great AMA sessions. Great first week!

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