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Why a SaaS business needs a growth team and how do growth teams operate?

High growth SaaS companies like Slack, Atlassian, SurveyMonkey have strong growth teams. The startups in the SaaS space are building growth teams during the early stages of their business. Driving growth for a SaaS product cannot be handled by a single person. Before getting into how to set up a growth team for your business, let’s know about why you need a dedicated team for growth.

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“What makes life worth living? No child asks itself that question. To children life is self-evident. Life goes without saying: whether it is good or bad makes no difference. This is because children don’t see the world, don’t observe the world, don’t contemplate the world, but are so deeply immersed in the world that they don’t distinguish between it and their own selves. Not until that happens, until a distance appears between what they are and what the world is, does the question arise: what makes life worth living?”
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