Growth hacking workshop in Prague, Czech Republic

If you visit the startup job portals in the Czech Republic, you will find a lot of open positions, but nobody is looking for a “Growth Hacker”.Waaaat?

If you do the same for Berlin you will feel the difference. This is one of the reasons I am organizing this 1-day workshop: to show the value of the “Growth Hacker” and to teach digital startup warriors why this person is so important.

Topics include:

  • What is this animal – a growth hacker? Where do they keep it?
  • How to mix channels to get your first users. One of the approaches to get visitors without spending (a lot of) money
  • How to keep them on your website. Freemium model, Content model, more.
  • …..

More, more

Alrighty. If you want to attend and/or if you know someone who can be interested, please click here to learn more.

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