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Business for Breakfast II: Optimize user growth

05/07/2015 @ 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM

$20

Join us for our morning event series BUSINESS FOR BREAKFAST- a consecutive series of events with the concept of presenting key knowledge of contemporary topics presented by specialists within a range of exciting industries. This is an opportunity to start your day with a fresh breakfast in combination with a learning experience. First up: Marketing and communication in the digital era. Join us for three educational seminars on how to build a strong digital brand for your business and learn from professionals with firsthand experience of what lies behind success stories in terms of consumer growth in the social and digital era.

Second up is the ever so important issue of marketing in data-driven organizations and on how to reach new users as an early-stage startup. This seminar is featuring Lisa Enckell, former VP of marketing at Wrapp. Among other things, Lisa will be sharing her experience of how Wrapp grew to a million users faster than renowned sites such as Airbnb and Pintrest.

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How we got our first million users with Wrapp – and other insights

 Lisa Enckell, former VP marketing of the venture-backed start-up Wrapp shares her learnings of how they reached a million users faster than Airbnb, Pinterest and other famous services. Lisa joined Wrapp before the launch in Sweden and moved to San Francisco in 2013, when the US became the biggest market. After three years at Wrapp Lisa left the company to work as an independent consultant and is now helping early-stage consumer-facing start-ups. During a breakfast seminar with SACC, Lisa will share some of her learning experiences from being at a data-driven organization, how to get early traction and how to best use social media channels to reach new users.

Regular member price $20

Non-member price $40  

Price includes breakfast at SACC-SF/SV central conference room in SOMA!

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Date:
05/07/2015
Time:
7:30 AM - 9:00 AM
Cost:
$20

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