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Events : Build, manage, and scale a CRO programme. Including tips, tricks, and strategies for creating teams, hiring, firing, managing, training and scaling

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Events : Build, manage, and scale a CRO programme. Including tips, tricks, and strategies for creating teams, hiring, firing, managing, training and scaling
 

CRO for Agencies and Practitioners …. A new course from Craig Sullivan

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How can you become a world class CRO practitioner?

How can you attract the right clients, win them over and close big deals?

The CRO for Agencies and Practitioners course will be held on 7th July 2017

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Everything you need to build, manage, and scale a CRO programme. Including tips, tricks, and strategies for creating teams, hiring, firing, managing, training and scaling.

This course will teach you …

  • Market research

  • Defining your offering

  • Hiring or outsourcing the team

  • Leads and pitch research

  • Kickoff meetings

  • Tool selection

  • Pre-flight checklist

  • Operations

  • Methodologies

  • Running tests

  • Washup and reporting

  • Managing client meetings and psychology

  • Test management and archival

  • The future of CRO

This course is right for you if you are …

  • A CRO practitioner or freelancer

  • Running a CRO agency

  • Expanding your agency to add CRO services

  • Building and hiring a CRO team from scratch

CRO for Agencies and Practitioners
7th July 2017, The Trampery, Old Street, London EC1

 

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Why Craig?

Craig has been blending UX, Analytics, Split testing, Voice of Customer and Conversion Optimisation techniques for over 15 years. He’s also been building various teams, launching products and hacking the growth of websites for companies like Google, LOVEFiLM, Lego, John Lewis, eBay, The FT and more. He’s helped coach clients to grow by £2Bn in new revenue streams within the last 5 years

 

 

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