Growth Hacking The Hague
Wednesday 28 March 2018

Growth hacking is an experimental marketing strategy that utilizes data and statistics that can make any business grow.

Backed up by a continuously growing list of successful cases, Growth Hacking allows you to make decisions on results rather than emotion. With the fine-line between data analysis, coding and marketing disappearing, large-scale marketing operations are becoming more and more obsolete. Smaller, case-by-case experiments and campaigns are becoming the marketing standard of the future. And with an increase of technical and analytical skills among marketers, there’s no need to hire extra developers. Grow your business with this proven strategy used by giants like Dropbox, AirBnB, Instagram and many others.

Refreshworks is an expert in using digital data-driven marketing to make businesses grow, and one look at their repertoire (Ziggo, Spinnin’ Records, Specsavers and more) instantly proves why growth hacking is essential in present-day marketing. Combine this with THT’ vision that allows businesses to grow, and you’ve got a strategy for success.


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