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Surface 4 Pro – More Than Scratching the Surface for Enterprise Customers

Posted by Jason Roe on Nov 24, 2015 3:06:03 PM

The Irish release date of the Microsoft Surface Pro 4 has been eagerly anticipated by its fans since it was announced in October in New York along side the Band 2, Book and Lumia 950 and 950XL. The devices is set to go on sale in Ireland today, 19th November 2015.

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Six Tips On Growing Local Meetups

Posted by Jason Roe on Dec 3, 2014 10:45:50 AM

In 2014 (this year) a small group and myself took it upon us to run a series of six events called Growth Hackers Dublin. We felt that there was a gap in the market for a start-up event where speakers shared their stories about how their companies grew.

Traction.ie Launching 2015

I’m launched a series of events in 2015 called Traction. Keep an eye out and Join the Traction mailing list.

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10 Tips for Protecting Your Privacy Online

Posted by Jason Roe on Dec 2, 2014 8:38:09 AM

With the recent revelations about underwater cables connecting Ireland to the global telecoms grid being tapped. I wanted to share 10 tips on how to protect your privacy online. These tips will in no way guarantee your privacy but they will make it a bit more difficult for someone to listen in.

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Launching Startups and Brands in New Markets - Hailo

Posted by Jason Roe on Nov 22, 2014 7:16:34 AM

Rob Cumiskey, Hailo EMEA Marketing Manager at Growth Hackers Dublin talking about how to launching a brand in a new market and much much more..

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Getting Started with E-commerce Micks Garage

Posted by Jason Roe on Nov 22, 2014 5:23:34 AM

Growth Hackers Dublin, Micks Garage - Michelle Crean talking about getting started with e-commerce and selling car parts online.

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Answer Questions Through Social Media Listening

Posted by Jason Roe on Nov 21, 2014 9:08:04 PM

I wish someone invented.. Stephen O'Leary at Growth Hackers Dublin from Olytico.

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Growth Hacking, Rinse & Repeat Marketing

Posted by Jason Roe on Nov 21, 2014 8:54:16 PM

An Interview with Howard Kingston asking the question is Growth Hacking Repeatable and Sustainable?

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Jason Roe Founder of ParkYa.com Interviewed

Posted by Jason Roe on Jul 9, 2014 9:15:52 AM

InspiredStartups.com - Interview Jason Roe (Parkya.com)

In this episode, we chat with Jason Roe (founder of Predict.ie and Parkya.com and organiser of social meetup Growth Hackers Dublin) to learn about his startup story and to gain insights of what it is like to be an entrepreneur.

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Easy 3 minute, 10 question Survey Results

Posted by Jason Roe on Jul 8, 2014 5:03:04 PM

Eamonn Grant - Survey Results  - Growth Hackers Dublin #3

Recorded 5th June 2014. Growth Hackers Dublin in the Irish Times, Tara Street, Dublin.

The Next event Growth Hackers Dublin Meetup July 10th. [ http://t9.ie/ghack4vd ]

One of the things we did do is we sent out a survey to our customers. We did this for multiple businesses that we own. We did this for Flowers Made Easy, we did it for Wholesale, and we did it for several other things. What was interesting was what we didn't realize before that. And just to give you an idea from the Flowers Made Easy side, the Flowers Made Easy number was still above that number you want, about 60%. If you hit 60%, you're a legend. If you hit 40%, you should keep going, fix it, tweak it, and get it going up.

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Finding Your Product Market Fit in Online Retail

Posted by Jason Roe on Jul 8, 2014 4:37:02 PM

Product Market Fit - Eamonn Grant - Growth Hackers Dublin #3

Recorded 5th June 2014. Growth Hackers Dublin in the Irish Times, Tara Street, Dublin.

The Next event Growth Hackers Dublin Meetup July 10th. [ http://t9.ie/ghack4vd ]

The next thing I wanted to quickly talk to you about was the Wholesale Flower. We also have a Wholesale Flower business. One of the things that we did here was we wanted to talk about product/market fit. We launched this site. We spent about four days taking the Flowers Made Easy site and converting it into the Wholesale Flower site. We spent about 2,000 on product and we stuck it on shelves in the corner and we sold 3,000 worth of product in 12 months, so not very successful but we had loads of data.

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