For startups, building a great product or service is just the beginning of building a great business. To build a future in today's business landscape, the next step should involve growth hacking.
Freelancer.com Regional Director Nik Badminton will be talking about this and more at a General Assembly event in New York City. He will be sharing his insights on what makes a great growth hacking culture, how to get the word out, generate leads, drive traffic, and manage marketing in the new world without blowing your budget. You'll learn the basics of growth hacking, get exposed to leading examples of growth hacking, and even see how Freelancer.com hacks growth!
Tune in to the free interactive live stream on May 19, 2015, at 7pm EDT. Register and you'll receive an email with the link to the live stream an hour before the event. If you can't make it, you'll get a recording of the stream after the event as well. Don't miss it! RSVP now.
About the Speakers
Nik Badminton is the Regional Director for North America at Freelancer.com. He is leading the charge of expanding Freelancer across Canada and the USA and is based in Vancouver, BC. He has over 18 years of experience operating in the digital world and has lead transformational capabilities in world-leading companies, ad agencies, consulting organizations and startups. He has been the trusted advisor to C-level executives across government, telco, high-tech, air transport, travel, pharmaceuticals, gaming, and utilities industries on transformation.
Aditi Shekar is the Head of Consumer Education at GA, and leads a team of product managers to build both online and offline educational programs for our consumer business. Prior to GA, Aditi led Ashoka Changemakers as Executive Director and worked at DonorsChoose to inject resources into the public education system. Aditi graduated from UNC Chapel Hill with a double major in Business Administration and Psychology. Having lived and studied in India, Ethiopia, the Philippines, Tanzania, the UK and the US, her background has encouraged her to re-define the “box”. Aditi has also written about the looming global talent deficit on Forbes.com and been featured in Harvard Business Review's panel on future talent trends. In her free time, Aditi likes to eat, ski and obsess over design.