What we cover on Episode 44
On this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we're talking to Jason Swenk who grew a digital agency to 100 people, sold it, and now helps other agencies to scale their business.
What we cover in Episode 43
On this episode of the GrowthTLDR, we talk to CEO and founder of Close, Steli Etfi. Close are a profitable company who offer fast-growing companies a CRM and sales automation platform. They're a fully remote company with 34 employees across 12 different countries.
What we cover in Episode 42.
What we cover on Episode 41
We love talking business models on the GrowthTLDR.
What we cover in episode 40
How many of us get knock backs in our careers? How many of us let those knockbacks hurt our success?
Wil Reynolds is the founder of Seer Interactive, a globally renowned marketing agency with over 150 employees. He decided to start Seer after he spent 18 months looking for a role in marketing but didn't get a single interview.
What we cover in EP39
We've all seen the film Terminator (or at least you should have). But, are we going to see mass termination of marketing jobs as AI becomes ever more intelligent?
On episode 39 of the GrowthTLDR we talk to founder and CEO of LighteningAI, Colette Nataf about the effects of AI in marketing.
What we cover in Episode 38?
There is a misconception that high growth companies are overnight successes. You often don't hear the real story on how it took years and a lot of hard work to build that success.
Today, we're joined by founder and CEO of ActiveCampaign Jason VandeBoom to talk about their growth story.
What we cover on Episode 37
In a growing company there is no end to the opportunities you can invest time and effort in, so just how do you decide on the ones worth that investment?
We talk to Garrett Moon, CEO, and Co-Founder of the rapidly growing CoSchedule about his 10X formula for growth.
What we cover in EP35?
We're big fans of product-led companies, and Loom is an example of how growth for them can be rapid if you get all of the key elements correct.
Loom is a product that has natural virality and easily spread within companies through one individual's usage.