This November, The Next Web Conference in New York will attract 1,500 attendees from a huge range of industries.
While the startups in attendance may be looking for investment or exposure, and the corporates may be hunting for innovation or partnerships, all of our audience are also bound together by a shared goal: everyone is looking for great ideas and tools for triggering explosive growth.
Our diverse range of speakers will be covering an equally diverse range of topics, but similarly, a common thread amongst many is the massive growth they’ve already managed to engineer. Check out just five of our two-dozen or so speakers below, all of whom can really enhance the way you approach growth at your company:
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President & CEO, Growth Machines
Founder & CEO of Growth Machines, Founder of SearchForce and a mentor at 500Startups – Samir has optimized more than a billion dollars worth of advertising, revolutionising quantitative growth marketing for startups and Fortune 500s in the process.
VP Marketing, Zenefits
Matt Epstein runs marketing at Zenefits, one of the fastest growing SaaS companies in the world. The company was tagged with a $4.5 billion valuation after just two years. Matt is also infamous for his personal online campaign to get hired at Google a couple of years go (googlepleasehire.me), which secured national and international press coverage, kickstarting his career.
CEO, Ultra Mobile
David is the CEO of Ultra Mobile, a nationwide mobile carrier that grew to more than $100 million in revenue in its second full year and is run predominately by millennials – something David attributes to the company’s success. Ultra has recently been formerly recognised as one of the fastest growing companies in the world, including on Inc.’s prestigious 5000 list for 2015, where it came in at number 1.
Co-founder & CCO, WeWork
Miguel McKelvey is the Co-founder & Chief Creative Officer of WeWork, a global startup that leases office space to other startups. With 54 locations covering 16 cities, WeWork is now worth a whopping 10 billion dollars. He previously co-founded SevenPlanet, Green Desk, Versation and Generation Design Studio.
For half a decade, Thomas Korte has been helping young companies grow as tne founder of AngelPad, a startup accelerator based in San Francisco and New York. AngelPad was recently named #1 U.S. Accelerator by TechCrunch and M.I.T’s seed Accelerator Rankings for 2015. Before, Thomas worked at Google for 7 years, as its first ever international product manager.
➤ TNW Conference takes place in New York on November 18, 2015.