Growth Hacker - Training Provided

Growth Hacker - Training Provided  

Posted by:
Makerble | Public profile »
Region:
Central London 
Location details:
Southbank 
Job Sector:
Marketing, PR & Advertising 
Period:
1 - 4 Months 
Type:
Part-time 
Remuneration:
Expenses 
Post date:
10/08/2018 


Description

Makerble is the world's progress tracking platform. Think Fitbit but for everything else in life. We help organisations and individuals change their worlds faster.

You will be trained in the art of Growth Hacking which combines the marketing, sales and innovation disciplines. You will learn that as a technology company, all three of those disciplines contribute to the growth of the business, in terms of increasing our number of customers, increasing the extent to which they do our marketing for us and increasing the value they get from using Makerble and how much they pay to use it. That is why we combine those three roles together.

You are someone who is curious, insightful, analytical and able to come up with ideas.

You are adventurous, assertive and willing to put new ideas into practice and figure out exactly how they work and how to improve them as you go along.

You care about people and the world in general. You are able to give & receive feedback and have a desire to continue learning.

Qualifications

You do not need to have studied sales, marketing or product design/development. However we do expect you to be able to talk about your ideas for how to improve the sales, marketing or design & features of Makerble.

Discover the experience that other volunteers have had during their time at Makerble https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rKr8iun … HI7l2-t0XI

* * * To apply, send us your answers to these questions. * * *

1. What barriers might be preventing charities from subscribing to use Makerble Impact Tracker and what can you do counteract each of those barriers?
2. Demonstrate that you are a good fit for our team by outlining how you align with our values.

Video about the history of Makerble: https://youtu.be/mVuBJ15Ct94