16 May 2018 | 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm
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Studies show that the average person – not just millennials – are exposed to over 10,000 messages a day. With such content overload, how do you cut through the noise and get your message across?


The bedrock for the survival of a company is its ability to attract and retain customers in order to grow and scale. But it’s a common misconception that big companies — such as Atlassian, Canva, or Buffer — spend millions on marketing to acquire their customers. Like all startups, they have built themselves from the ground up with zero budget for marketing.


So how did they build traction and scale?


Enter the Growth Marketer.


As a Growth Marketer, your role is about discovering the best channels and metrics that can help you to achieve your purpose – and in turn get traction and grow your business. These channels include:


  • Social media
  • Search Engine Optimisation (SEO)
  • Landing pages
  • Content marketing
  • PR
  • Paid advertising


At this Course Information Night, come learn about our Growth Marketing course. Meet like-minded people and learn from an industry-expert facilitator who will discuss the implications and future of what our Growth Marketing course can do for you and your business.


Andrew John

Founder of Super Mammoth & Growth Marketing Lead Instructor at Academy Xi

Andrew is the Founder of Super Mammoth, a Growth Marketing Consultancy and Training company. He has over seven years experience in the marketing and analytics industry, working for large international corporates, agencies, and most recently startups.

Over the course of his career, Andrew has acquired in-depth knowledge of SEO/SEM, paid social media, retargeting, A/B and multivariate testing, CRO, analytics and programming in language technologies. Alongside his technical experience, Andrew has planned and executed multi-million dollar campaign strategies, that have helped well-known global businesses enter the Australian market.

Dates and fees
16 May
6:00 pm to 8:00 pm


Academy Xi,
48 Druitt st,

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