GROWTH HACK YOUR BUSINESS, SMALL MEDIUM ENTERPRISES OR STARTUP
Growth hacking is a process of rapid experimentation across marketing channels and product development to identify the most effective, efficient ways to grow a business Growth hacking refers to a set of both conventional and unconventional marketing experiments that lead to growth of a business.
Applying the concept of growth hacking to your startup or Small Medium Enterprise (SME) builds upon 4 pillars of growth:
- Branding and marketing
- Digital presence and productivity
- Networks and connections
- Products, services and packages
In a ‘hustle’ session, hone in on those things that are on your to do list using the checklist to identify priorities and practical tasks to get stuff done. This Growth Hack has been designed to achieve practical outcomes in a short space of time including a social media hustle to increase likes and followers.
This Growth Hack has been designed to achieve practical outcomes in a short space of time including a social media hustle to increase likes and followers.
Approach and Facilitators
After a quick assessment of what you’ve already got in place using the checklist above, identify the top 5 things that will make the most impact that you’d like to get crossed off your to do list. The format is flexible as it is based upon what you need and your priorities and the goal is to achieve what you would usually think would take months!
Work with experienced business and startup coaches with expertise across all areas to get things – bring along your device, log ins and passwords so you can work on it then and there.
- Accelerators and Incubators
- Business Associations
- Entrepreneurs and Startups
- Government (Local, State and Commonwealth)
- Industry Leaders and Mentors
- Local High Schools
- MPs and Ministers, Mayor and Councillors
- Non-government organisations
- Regional Development Australia
- Sporting Clubs
- Youth Organisations
Note – This could also be run over a two day format with pitching at the end of day 2 or after a week to allow for changes to be implemented.