Master in Growth is one day Conference about Growth Hacking and how to grow your business online. The Top Growth, Marketing Experts from the globe will be in Istanbul on 12th of December 2014.
Join us on 12th of December in Istanbul at #MiG Conference to learn about strategies and tactics for growth from the top growth hackers. Here are Master in Growth speakers:
Justin Mares is the former Director of Revenue at Exceptional, a software company that Rackspace acquired for 8 figures in 2013. He has previously founded two startups (one acquired, one bust) and runs a growth meetup in San Francisco. You can find his writing on marketing and personal-development on his blog, justinmares.com.
Mathew is a Distribution Hacker-in-Residence at 500 Startups. He gets up in the morning to learn about ideas big enough to change the world. Mat helps 500 portfolio companies make the future happen through customer acquisition, metrics and testing.
He previously worked at General Assembly, Charles River Ventures, Grockit and Socrata. Among other things, he loves interesting ramen and trail-running and has lived in Kenya, Cairo and Copenhagen.
Jamie Quint is the CEO of Lookcraft and software engineer who won admittance to the elite incubator Y Combinator in 2008 with a short-lived recruitment-advertising startup. He next worked for Swipely on conversion optimization and online marketing. A passion for fashion inspired him to found Lookcraft in November 2011. The idea: Men don’t like to shop, so Lookcraft shows them what suits them best based on a photo-driven style quiz. Lookcraft gauges the results, then selects items to send to customers. Shipping is free, and customers can return anything at no charge within a week.
Growth Hacking is a mindset of data, also creativity, and curiosity. Growth hacking is an interesting method that gives us a chance to look at the future of marketing. It removes the barriers between products, product teams and marketers. Every strategy and every tactics that growth hacker makes is informed by growth. Traditional marketers also working for growth, but not in the same way. Marketers are important, but you need someone with narrower focus on growth. We can define growth hacking as a set of the best practices for dealing with the problems of user growth.