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Growth Hacking with Noah Kagan

To launch the meetup more formally, for our inaugural event we’re excited and lucky to have the first man listed on Andrew Chen’s Growth Hacker list, Noah Kagan join us for a special talk in New York.

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.

NOTE: We're pleased to have Quotidian Ventures help sponsor additional space. Please keep your RSVPs updated.


Noah Kagan

Noah Kagan built two multi-million online dollar businesses before turning 28. He is currently the Chief Sumo at AppSumo, a daily deals site for digitally distributed goods and online services with over 700,000+ active Sumo-lings and is a fan of "customer orgasm marketing."

Previously Noah co-founded Gambit ($18M revenue), was Director of Marketing at (employee #4), and worked Product at Facebook (employee #30).


6:00 - 7:00 PM Pregaming (drinks)

7:00 - 8:00 PM Special workshop with Noah Kagan

8:00 - 8:30 PM Audience Q&A

8:30+ PM Networking and post-event drinks

*Sign-up to stay updated on post-event drink details. We'll also be charging a fee which will go into the cost of supporting the meetup, and which we may need to increase if we get close to capacity.*




If you have any ideas for the meetup, or if you're not able to make it, but have some burning questions for Noah, feel free to email [masked] or [masked].

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  • Felix S.

    Very informative and entertaining. Noah does a job of engaging the crowd and showing how his simple principles can be applied to our startups.

    October 5, 2012

  • Sean B.

    Really great job last night Noah, Mattan, Conrad and team! To the guys whose hack is to send hand written notes to all his users (3600+ growing) and anyone else want to try and scale that hack, try GraciousEloise. They are a NYC based startup that takes your handwriting sample and let's you send hard written notes as easily as email. The notes and envelopes look like you did them by hand and are delivered by snail mail. . I am an advisor to the company and would be happy to get anyone in the group a sweet deal, so just email me at [masked].

    October 5, 2012

  • Dana R.

    To the lady who was talking about her startup on microfinancing for female genocide survivors, check out Bpeace ( In keeping with Noah's message, your target audience already hangs out here. Great place to acquire users. Toni Maloney is co-founder and CEO and very accessible and looks favorably on partnerships that are beneficial for both sides.

    October 5, 2012

  • Alexander L.

    Looking forward to the video! Please keep me posted - aliberson - gmail Thanks!

    October 5, 2012

  • Conrad W.

    Thanks and agreed! Yes, we're expecting to get the whole talk up in the next two weeks.

    October 5, 2012

  • dfgross81

    Thanks for hosting an excellent discussion. @noahkagan was inspring, insightful and entertaining. Any plans to post the video?

    October 5, 2012

  • Mattan G.

    Awesome! Noah was fantastic.

    October 5, 2012

  • Sergey C.

    Noah was great and did a very interactive session with many examples from his businesses as well as analyzing businesses of attendees. We even had a deal made right there and narrowed the market for a health-oriented service!

    October 5, 2012

  • Mattan G.

    We are too Jose, we are too.

    September 26, 2012

  • Jose Lugo J.

    Super excited for this!

    September 26, 2012

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