Dave Gerhardt, CMO of Privy
Dave represents one of the most exciting practitioners in the marketing industry today. Working in several of Bostons best known companies since 2009 including Constant Contact and HubSpot, although, Dave came into view with his work at Drift. For TMM, during these times whenever anyone asked who was killing it in the marketing world, we would always revert to the work being done by Drift at the time.
Since December 2019, Dave has been the CMO of Privy, a company focusing on helping e-commerce brands increase their growth through conversion and email marketing tools. In his spare time, he also is a guest lecturer at Harvard Business School, and maintains his Patreon following – the A-List, which you can be part of too.
There are two things we’ve really come to admire about Dave. The first is that he is a dedicated family man . But perhaps the thing that has most impressed me about Dave is his willingness to share. He could probably sneeze on Linkedin and get 1000 likes on the platform these days, but we know we have personally gained a lot from Dave’s work.
Dave Gerhardt’s talks with The Marketing Meetup:
So, how do you make the most from Linkedin? This blog post answers the communities questions 🙂
Linkedin has been good to The Marketing Meetup with much growth of our driven through the platform. Here are the things I’ve learned.
The things I wish I had known about marketing and business from day one by Joe Glover, Founder of The Marketing Meetup
It was fascinating doing some interviews with the community the other day. One of their biggest problems wasn’t finding good information – it was prioritising which good information source to pick that day! Here’s nine (plus a bonus!) I read on the regs, that I hope will be useful for you too.
It’s May 17th. The latest round of lockdown restrictions has eased. We’re asking ourselves ‘are we ready for office life again?’
At Pitch, we see hundreds of applications and roles every month. So we thought we would share some of the ‘behind the scenes’ data you might not have privy to otherwise.
There are plenty of great marketing talks out there, but I genuinely believe these to be amongst the best webinars for marketers on the web.
A look back in time to investigate ‘how did the Mona Lisa become and stay so famous?’. I’ll be doing this from a storytelling, PR, and tactics perspective.
In this blog post, we’ll share how you can use conversational marketing tactics to start real-time conversations with your website visitors, convert them into potential clients and accelerate your sales. Whether you’re in B2C or B2B, this one is for you!
I thought I’d share 20 marketing and non-marketing books I think you’ll enjoy. Hopefully something on the list takes your fancy. And, if it doesn’t please don’t judge me too much…
|Date||Time||Speaker||Name||Get yo' space|
|07/09/2021||08:30||Matt McKie, Global Head of Marketing at The Olympic Games||From Nike to the Olympic Games: Q&A with the Head of Marketing for The Olympic Games, Matt McKie||Sign up here|
|14/09/2021||14:00||Mary Owusu, CEO of Gurubound||Why your website visitors are not converting||Sign up here|
|21/09/2021||08:30||Sophie Cross, Editor of Freelancer Magazine||From Marketing Manager to Magazine Editor: How I launched my own successful magazine||Sign up here|
|28/09/2021||14:00||Purna Virji, Senior Content Solutions Consultant at Linkedin||Hum, Sing, Shout: How to Design a Scalable, Sustainable and Always On Content Marketing Strategy||Sign up here|
|05/10/2021||08:30||Chris Arning, Creative Semiotics||Semiotics: What It Is & Why it Matters for Marketers||Sign up here|