Sean Ellis: How to rapidly scale growth1 min read

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Sean Ellis (author of Hacking Growth, marketing and growth leader at 5 billion-dollar companies: Dropbox, LogMeIn, Uproar, Eventbrite, and Lookout) joins Alex Theuma on The SaaS Revolution Show. They’re talking how to rapidly scale growth – from when is the right time for a startup to really focus on ‘growth’, to how to create a culture of experimentation.

Sean is one of the keynote speakers at SaaStock EMEA on October 12-15. Last-minute tickets still available, but only if you’re quick!

Listen on to learn:

  • What are the most important elements for startups building their growth engine?
  • Is there a right time for startups to focus on “growth” as a function?
  • Sean’s experiences of leading growth at 5 billion-dollar companies – and the similarities between each one.

Watch now or listen to the audio-only version below:

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