Building off the success of our past showcase events and our expanded membership, we're happy to announce our Spring Showcase Event. We're changing up the format a bit this time with only 2 presentations that are very growth hack focused leaving us more time for Q&A and networking afterward. We're proud to feature two local growth hacking entrepreneurs -- Daniel Faggella, Founder of CLVboost, and Alex Schiff, Co-founder of Fetchnotes, to discuss their growth hacking experiences and share their knowledge in this space. The event is scheduled for the evening of Tuesday, April 8 from 6:00-8:00pm at the Microsoft NERD Center in Cambridge. Soda, snacks and pizza will be provided courtesy of our sponsor, CogoLabs (www.CogoLabs.com), and parking is available at the NERD Center for $10 or it's a short walk from the Kendall T-Station.
Please RSVP, and feel free to bring colleagues and friends.
6:00 - Introductions
6:15 - Growth Hack #1 - Alex Schiff, Co-founder of Fetchnotes, title: TBD
7:00 - Growth Hack #2 – Daniel Faggella, founder of CLVboost, "If HubSpot Married L. L. Bean: Automation and Segmentation for Startup Marketing"
7:45 - Socialize & Networking
8:00 - Wrap up, and possibly a post-event tavern visit. [Note: The order and timing of presentations may change.]
Daniel Faggella is the founder of CLVboost, an email marketing consultancy focusing on boosting customer lifetime value by tracking, testing, and optimizing email marketing channels to drive up appointments, downloads, and/or purchases. He is also a national Brazilian Jiu Jitsu champion and teaches seminars nationally - and is now based out of the Cambridge Innovation Center at One Broadway.
Alex Schiff is the co-founder and CEO of Fetchnotes, which makes productivity as simple as writing a tweet. Fetchnotes is a team of 6 based in Harvard Square, graduated from Techstars in 2012, and has over 100,000 users. Prior to Fetchnotes, Alex was the vice president of Benzinga, a financial media startup backed by Lightbank. He attended the University of Michigan’s Ross School of Business, but left to join Techstars.