Podcast #35 - Arjun Saksena & Max Nimaroff - Product Led Growth & Revenue Growth
Founder and CEO-Humanic
GM Subscriber Experience – Doordash
Product Led Growth & Revenue Growth
— What is product led growth and how does it work in subscription businesses?
— How top companies keep up with changing customers and reach new segments of people
— The future of subscription business tools
In this session, Scott Howland is joined by Arjun Saksena (Founder & CEO of Humanic) & Max Nimaroff (GM of Subscriber Experience at Doordash). Covered in the session are thoughts on the biggest challenges subscription businesses are facing right now, as well as how future ‘passive tech’ could help make life a lot easier. They look at novel ways to reach new segments of people, and how subscription managers can get more done with fewer resources.
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