Who should do your company’s Growth Hacking? Growth Hacking deals with what is traditionally known as sales and marketing. Outsourcing that direct connection to customers can be dangerous for any size company but as Justin Spratt explains in this hack, for a startup, it is especially risky.
VentureReady Hacks with Justin Spratt
Startup Setup series
Maybe you are figuring out what kind of company to set up or exploring an idea you want to develop; You may have a few doubts, dilemmas, misconceptions, and questions that you’d like to clear up for yourself before you quit your day job. Starting a business is a major decision not to be taken lightly, but it’s also a great adventure. Like everything in life, the way you start is likely to have a lingering impact on everything that follows.
The Startup Setup series of hacks is about helping you prepare for life as a startup founder or leader. The best advice you can get is from those who successfully traveled that same path, who are farther along in their journey, or who have spent a lot of time in the ecosystem working alongside budding entrepreneurs.
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