Feels good to put together another meetup! Our July meeting will feature a 30-minute talk followed by a Q&A with Jamie Quint. Jamie is on Andrew Chen's earlier list of "Growth Hackers" to work for and was previously a Growth Product Manager at Swipely. He was also in the recent Wall Street Journal article on Growth Hacking and we're glad to have him in town.
Jamie Quint is the Founder of Quint Growth, a full-service consultancy that helps successful companies maximize growth. Their clients include companies like Twitch, Hipmunk, and Everlane.
Our discussion will be focused around analytics, the core piece of any developing and sustainable growth program. We'll cover setting up your analytics, ways yours should change by the stage of your product, measuring web and mobile attribution, as well practical lessons in implementing a testing culture.
About the GrowHack Meetup
Join us to network and learn from fellow growth hackers in New York City. This is a quickly changing space, and only by sharing our insights can we truly keep up the pace of change with early-stage marketing.
For these meetups, we're going to foster a place where startups, marketers and technologists can discuss ways to take advantage of using the web to distribute.
6:45 - 7:00 PM Networking (drinks will be provided)
7:00 - 8:30 PM Growth Presentation and Discussion
8:30 - 9:00 PM Networking and drinks
222 Broadway, 19th Floor
New York, NY 10038
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