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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Peter Cork Bachelor of the Year 2011

Posted by Jason Roe on Oct 14, 2011 11:58:49 AM

My friend Peter from Cork was nominated/shortlisted for the Bachelor of the Year award. 

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BTW Meetup Oct 21st 2010 7pm

Posted by Jason Roe on Oct 1, 2010 5:37:06 AM

As part of the latest round of ad-hoc meet-ups in Dublin (Ireland) .. we decided to run another Blogger-Twitter-Whatever (BTW) meetup.

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Peter Donegan, green fingers gone wild

Posted by Jason Roe on Mar 18, 2010 10:41:15 AM

For anyone who doesn't already know, Peter Donegan is blogger who is obsessed with everything green. I have a lot of time for Peter and his greener events.

I did horticulture in school but always felt like I only had a summary view of the world of horticulture. After a lengthy phone conversation and a number of tweets Peter decided to try his hand at a DIY gardening course. I thought it was a wonderful Idea and signed myself and my other half Louise up straight away.

Peter has one space left available for March 20th. So make sure to drop him a line if your interested.

"Basically: this is for the [wo]man, parent, adult, child who wants to do a bit of green living but not farming. Enough to have summer salads, fresh herbs, maybe even some fruit – at the same time logic enough that you’ll watch footie/ daytime tv and go out rather than hug trees. You’d like a bit of green, you need a place to start but without getting bamboozled – and let it grow from here…."

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BTW meetup April 29th 2010

Posted by Jason Roe on Mar 16, 2010 8:46:55 AM

As part of the latest round of ad-hoc meet-ups in Dublin (Ireland) .. we decided to run another Blogger-Twitter-Whatever (BTW) meetup.

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