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How do you get your first 100 users?
Your first 1,000?
Your first 10,000?
From your first attempts at establishing channels for early customer development to starting to find scalable channels to test bolder and bolder hypotheses, we'll discuss growth tactics with
- Andy Johns, ran user growth at Facebook, Twitter, and Quora, current EIR at Greylock
- Gagin Biyani, founder of Udemy, Fresh, and the Growth Hacker Conference Conference
- Sean Ellis, first marketer at Dropbox, Xobni, Uproar, Lookout, CEO of Qualaroo
- Stephen Edmondson, client services manager at ROIworks with 6 years in online advertising
About Sean Ellis
Sean Ellis was the first marketer at Dropbox, Lookout, Xobni, LogMeIn (IPO), and Uproar (IPO). Also interim marketing exec roles at Eventbrite, Socialcast, and Webs. At LogMeIn and Uproar continued to run marketing through NASDAQ IPO filings.
Now founder and CEO of Qualaroo (marketing software company that empowers marketers to better engage, understand and convert their website visitors.)
About Andy Johns
Andy Johns worked at Facebook, Twitter and Quora on user growth and engagement as an internet marketer and product manager. He currently work at Greylock as an Entrepreneur-in-Residence with a focus on helping Greylock companies improve their growth and engagement efforts.
About Gagan Biyani
Gagan Biyani is CEO and co-founder of Fresh, a mobile app that lets you order healthy meals on demand. Previously, he was co-founder and President of Udemy, where he led supply acquisition (5,000+ instructors teach on Udemy) and demand acquisition ($5M+ courses sold). Udemy has raised $16M in three rounds and has been covered by hundreds of publications - including Bill Gates, the New York Times, and TechCrunch. After Udemy, he was interim head of growth at Lyft, where he led supply and demand acquisition for their launch in Los Angeles, which grew faster than San Francisco. He also started the Growth Hackers Conference, and mentors at the Founder Institute and 500 Startups. Follow on Twitter @gaganbiyani.
About Stephen Edmondson
Stephen is an online marketer with 6 years of experience in SEM, Social, mobile, and display advertising. Stephen is currently the Client Services manager for ROIworks helping startups and Fortune 2000 Firms with search engine marketing (SEM). Prior to ROIworks, Stephen worked as the Marketing Manager at Zoostores.com, an ecommerce competitor to Amazon.com.
In addition to his duties at ROIworks, Stephen is an avid fan of Green Technology, a connoisseur of Brazilian and Japanese cultures, and a UX and conversion junkie.
Beer, (real non-pizza based) food, and a good hang with great people is included thanks to the price tag. After expenses, extra proceeds go to building out LeanStartupCircle.com for the community.