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Webinars

Learn about future and past webinars below.

AMA

Ask Media Anything: General

 

Thursday, September 30 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET

 

On September 30, Ben Bergman of Insider, Megan Leonhardt of Fortune, and Gené Teare of Crunchbase answer all of your PR and pitching questions.

CMO

CMO Peer Panel

Thursday, October 7 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET

 

CMO Peer Panel: Who to hire when for what

Congrats! You finally got a decent budget to build out a team, hire some freelancers, get an agency or two, or maybe all of the above. Who should you hire first? Who should be full-time or freelance? And where do you even start? Join us for an open, casual conversation (no decks or “presentations”) and bring your questions to your fellow venture-backed startup marketing peers.

 

On October 7, Gwen Fisher of Passage Bio and Karthik Nair of Graphite will answer all of your budgeting-on-a-dollar marketing questions.



Previous Webinars

CMO Peer Panel Recap

On September 1, Clare Bennett of Dcode, Victor Lee of Kin, Tamara Alesi of YouGov, and Julie Inouye previously of VSCO took the time to answer all of your marketing budget questions. They shared advice about keep-or-kill metrics, pilot programs, leveraging technology, and wellness checks. Check out the full recording below by entering your name and email, or read the highlights through our tweets. Thank you to everyone who participated and submitted questions!

Ask Media Anything Recap

On August 26, Jessica Kim Cohen of Modern Healthcare, Andrew Dunn of Insider, and Adriana Belmonte of Yahoo Finance took the time to answer questions about how to pitch health journalists. They shared advice about timeliness, double pitching, and following up. Check out the full recording below by entering your name and email, or read the highlights through our tweets. Happy pitching everyone! Thank you to everyone who participated and submitted questions!

BAM Book Jam

On June 24, we held our latest BAM Book Jam featuring the book "No Heaven For Good Boys," written by Keisha Bush. Her debut novel, "No Heaven For Good Boys," is a New York Times Editors' Choice. Set in Senegal, this modern-day Oliver Twist is a meditation on the power of love and the strength that can emerge when we have no other choice but to survive. Keisha Bush answered questions about the book for 60 minutes straight. Be sure to watch the recording below. Thank you to everyone for your questions and participation!

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