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The Marketing Series: Growth Hacking 101

What do Dropbox, AirBNB and Craigslist have in common? They all used growth hacking techniques to grow their businesses. 

Join us at the ECJC to learn about the difference between marketing and growth hacking, how to define goals goals that will help your business grow and chart your progress towards them, and how to run experiments to test what your customers want and need. 

This workshop is presented by the Enterprise Center in Johnson County in partnership with the Sprint Accelerator. For a full list of ECJC workshops on topics like sales, marketing, raising capital, managing your books and building a strong business foundation, click here.

When

Wednesday, Jun 15 @ 10:30 am - 12:00 pm
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Price: $17.00
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Where

Sprint Accelerator
210 W. 19th Terrace
Kansas City, MO 64108
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Who

For more information contact:
Rick Vaughn
Enterprise Center in Johnson County
(913) 438-2282

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