December 10-11, 2019
Latest Blog Post
How Marketers Ruin Infographics (and How to Save Yours)
For a long time, creating infographics has been all the rage. Launching a new product? Create an infographic about it. Want to get press coverage? Create an infographic. Trying to get inbound links? Create an infographic. It’s like that analogy: When all you’ve got is a hammer, everything starts to look like a nail […]
Growth Marketing Conference
Growth Marketing Conference is the only actionable, hands-on educational event dedicated to the most important business issue today – growth.
Join industry-leading Fortune 500 execs, high-growth startup founders, and growth marketing leaders and innovators to learn how to supercharge your company’s growth—quickly, cost-effectively, and sustainably in 2019 and beyond.
Next Local Event
Boston: July 23 | Atlanta: July 25
In partnership with Pantheon, #GrowthMarketingConf is hosting cocktail hours across the country, exclusively for senior marketing leaders.
There, you’ll enjoy an actionable, insightful keynote on agile marketing – which will teach you specific, step-by-step strategies and tactics for driving your brand awareness (and success)!
We’ll even give you your very own copy of “The Agile Marketer, Turning Customer Experience Into Your Own Competitive Advantage,” written by the legendary marketing savant, Roland Smart.
6 Trends Changing Customer Retention in 2019
Thursday, July 18, 2019 | 1 pm – 2 pm ET
Customer retention is the new acquisition, but there’s no single strategy to reduce churn and retain subscribers at scale.
Brightback, the first retention automation software for subscription businesses, surveyed 300+ CEOs, founders and executives across 28 industries about their retention challenges, and what strategies and tools they’re using to grow their subscribers successfully.
In this webinar, Guy Marion, CEO and founder of Brightback and Suneet Bhatt, General Manager at Crazy Egg discuss the top 6 trends that surfaced from the findings and how they apply to B2B and B2C companies today.