Growth Hacking
Monday 17th Nov, 2014

Algonquin Studios
403 Main Street Buffalo, NY 14203
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Looking for your first 100 customers? How about 13,000 in a year? Aaron Godert pulls back the curtain on how GiveGab retains users' attention, increases posts, and attracts 10% weekly user growth. Sign up now for this FREE event to learn some of his marketing, product, and data analysis growth hacking techniques. VCAMP is proud to host a talk by Aaron Godert, CTO and Co-Founder of GiveGab.




Do I need to register even though the event is free?

Yes, since seating is limited. We're taking registrations on a first-come first-serve basis. Please register now!


Where is the building and suite?

Algonquin Studios is located on the second floor of the Brisbane Building, across from the Hotel @ Lafayette at 391 Washington Street in downtown Buffalo, NY.


What are my parking options?

Free on-street parking begins at 5pm, or use the Adams Ramp, corner of Eagle and Washington Streets.


What topics will you cover?

  • What is growth hacking?
  • The growth funnel
  • Where to start
  • How to implement a strategy
  • Tools to help you growth hack
  • Growth hacking resources


What's the night-of schedule? 

Monday, November 17, 2014

  • 5:30pm Networking and Refreshments
  • 6:00pm Talk Begins, Questions to Follow
  • 7:00pm Talk Wraps Up
  • Later: Move to the Pan Am Grill and Brewery across Washington Street


Can you tell me more about Aaron Godert?

Aaron is Co-Founder and CTO of GiveGab in Ithaca, NY where he leads all product management, growth hacking, engineering, customer support and engagement, and operations. He also serves as a member on the board of directors representing the common stock holders. He is an entrepreneur and technical leader with over fourteen years of experience across a wide breadth of industries including consumer, social, higher-ed, banking, consulting, and open source software development. He has served as an officer on the board of directors for a number of nonprofits including Jasig, Inc. and the Kuali Foundation. He currently serves on the Cornell Club of Ithaca board of directors.

Aaron received his MBA from Cornell University and Queen's University, MEng in Computer Science from Cornell University, and BS in Computer Science from Canisius College.

























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