Helping Unlock Your Customer Growth
Since publishing Hacking Growth in 2017, nearly 1 million readers around the world have used the book as a guide for implementing the high-velocity test/learn process that has propelled breakout growth success at companies like Facebook, Airbnb, and Dropbox. Hacking Growth is available in 16 languages and remains a best seller in the USA and around the world.
Company Growth Programs
Implementing and maintaining a high velocity growth process is difficult whether you are an early startup or a large enterprise. Sean has developed and refined several programs where he works directly with your team to overcome these challenges and help take your growth to the next level.
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Sean has partnered with a former data scientist from Facebook, Oleg Yak, to create the first simulator for effectively learning growth. The simulator can be accessed at GoPractice.io and has a strong emphasis on data. Your team will learn how to ask the right questions and quickly find the answers. They will also learn how to design and analyze experiments to unlock sustainable growth.
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ABOUT SEAN ELLIS
Sean Ellis is the author of Hacking Growth (a Random House international
bestseller), host of The Breakout Growth Podcast, and teaches growth at leading business schools such as Harvard, UC Berkeley Haas, CKGSB (Beijing), Oxford (UK), INSEAD (France)and through the GoPractice Immersive Simulator Program.
Sean is credited with coining the term growth hacking, introducing the ICE Prioritization Framework, and developing the widely popular Product/Market Fit Test. These are all part of the toolkit he used to help launch and
grow several well-known startups, including Dropbox, Eventbrite, LogMeIn, and Lookout - each now worth billions of dollars and accelerating growth at established companies such as Microsoft, eBay, and Intuit. Sean’s work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, WIRED, Fast Company, Forbes, The Sydney Morning Herald, and on the MSNBC television network.