Anders Laustsen, Founder & CEO, Famly Famly is “the operating system for daycare and nurseries”. And as such they started out in Denmark serving one particular need: A social network and information portal for parents with kids in institutions. However, when scaling up the business, and as true Vikings, crossing the North Sea to conquer…

Ben Posetti, CMO, Donkey Republic The Donkey is a rare species at NGH: A startup with a physical product they put into the hands of customers. Donkey Republic’s bikes are a hybrid between a free floating and docked city bike system. “Hub centric” that is. However, after showing many really funny and smile provoking images…

Bo Møller, Founder & CEO, HTML24 and Easypractice “At Easypractice we don’t talk to clients. No phone and no phone number. Quite simple.” A few eyebrows raised among the audience. “But”, he then said, “we’re very strong in online support.” Phheew, still customer focused after all. Easypractice helps therapists manage their clinics – and therapists come…

Mads Viktor, Head of Design, Peakon Mads Viktor talked about Peakon’s journey from addressing their startup peers to serving enterprises. When they got their first enterprise client they built the product around their requirements, and they found out, that some of the startup mythology didn’t apply to enterprise software acquisition. A minimum viable product? Well,…

Kristoffer Nielsen, Founder & CEO, Cromian CEO of Cromian, Kristoffer Nielsen, had the first slot in NGH#11, and he talked about Cromian’s approach to validating ideas before investing too much time & money. Fail fast, fail cheap is the mantra. A couple of steps before a Minimum Viable Product, which makes it much cheaper than…

Nordic Growth Hackers#11 – the interviews Six speakers and plenty of questions to the panels. Everything was about how to create growth by tweaking your product – and “product” is in its broadest sense. You need the right product for the right customers, that’s essential. A lot of NGH talks have focused on sales and…

  NGH#11 was a blast – as it appears in the photos below. Click on the photo to enlarge. Click “back” in your browser to go back to the overview page. Photo credentials: Federico Di Fresco  

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Nordic Growth Hackers 10th Anniversary Interviews with speakers and audience at Nordic Growth Hackers #10 January 31, 2018.   At least five growth hacks are revealed in the video, including lead scoring, when to add a cart to your e-commerce shop, Similartech, LinkedIn B2B lead generation – and Google Dynamic Search Ads.  “The concept is the…

Malthe Cederborg, Group Chief Digital Officer at Miinto Nine months ago Malthe Cederborg joined Miinto with a clear vision for how to create higher revenue. Through a variety of changes and tweaks to the digital marketing method he has helped Miinto to impressive results. “We try to deliver a better and better customer experience every…