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Scaling growth teams, building a brand and Intercom as secret weapon - We Are Off The Record

 
Howdy! ✌️It's been a while but we will continue to share our own company updates and market gossip, t
 
March 15 - Issue #13
We Are Off The Record

Howdy! ✌️
It’s been a while but we will continue to share our own company updates and market gossip, together with the best content related to startups, growth and marketing.
Word is already out and we’re sad to share, but Bram left the agency as of January 1st after some soul-searching and we wish him the best of luck in his next adventure 👍
On the flip side; we expanded the team with Bastiaan Engelaar (ex TripAdvisor). With his technical and hands-on experience around analytics, growth and product development we stepped up our game.
Thanks again for reading,
The Team
We Are Off The Record

The startup guide to growing your business with Intercom
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Starting and Scaling Your Growth Team – Greylock Perspectives
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