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DEEP TALK: HOW TO GET YOUR FIRST 100 CUSTOMERS?
May 13 @ 18:00 - 20:00
Product/market fit. It’s hard to define it. Yet you can always feel when product/market fit is suddenly happening. Customers keep buying, money is piling up. You’re hiring sales and customer support staff as fast as you can. Reporters are calling because they’ve heard about your hot new thing and they want to talk to you about it.
But how to get there? Get out of the building! Nothing can prove product-market-fit, establish unit economics land + your first investment like getting from 0 to first 100 customers.
In this talk, you will see how to use paid & free marketing techniques to acquire customers for your startup. It might be easier than you think. Did you know that AirBnB built the first version of their product just by automating posts to Craigslist?
About Daniel Levelev:
Daniel Levelev bootstrapped a Google Ads agency to profitability. Then optimized the operations to a 4-hour-workweek. Then learned to code & built a marketing automation SaaS. Now teaching growth to Entrepreneurs at Growth Acceleration boot camp in Berlin. He is always happy to share the newest growth hack & automation – some of which might surprise you!
Doors Open at 18:00! See you there!
This event is one of the DEEP TALK event series hosted by the German Startup Association in cooperation with The Place.
The German Startups Association is the representative of startups in Germany. Our unique bottom up approach is reflected in all that we do. Headquartered in Berlin with fourteen regional representations, we are constantly growing. Bringing together more than 700 startups from various sectors and in all stages and over 50 corporate members and business angels to create synergies between old and new economy.
The Place is an international startup hub—a stimulating 1000 square meter space within a former printing house. In a garage-style atmosphere with 7-meter vaulted ceilings and tons of natural light, we’re well positioned to bring in a new breed of founders and young companies. Startups are the spark that lights the engine of The Place. Ottonova, Grover and relayr are just a few examples of our members that have attracted tens of millions in investment capital. We’ve seen success stories and startups growing big—raising rounds, going public, making exits, and gaining huge experience.