Apr 14, 2021 5:26 AM - edited Mar 10, 2022 5:19 AM
We have some exciting news! On April 27, we hosted our first Community Meetup on Automation Strategy. 🚀
With these meetups, we want to create a space where you can have discussions on a specific operations topic, and connect and learn from your peers and experts.
The topic of our first community meetup will be Automation Strategy. Joining us are Con Cirillo and Mike Jaramillo, two resident HubSpotters that have made their careers in the field of Automation. They love talking, thinking, and strategizing about it. Here’s what you need to know about them:
Con’s a Senior Customer Experience Strategist who specializes in reducing friction and applying force at every step in the flywheel using – you guessed it – automation. He has started his career at HubSpot in conversational marketing and has grown to become one of our main automation thought-leaders. Oh, and besides that, he’s an excellent conversationalist.
What you need to know about Mike is that he knows SaaS like no other. Before joining HubSpot’s Automation Team, he worked on other marketing automation platforms like Infusionsoft and ActiveCampaign as a product manager. With all that experience and product expertise he doesn't just talk about automation, he lives and breathes it.
So if you’re interested in automation, and want to discuss it with your peers, don’t hesitate to join the conversation on April 27, 11 AM (EST). It’s the ideal place to share your thoughts, get feedback on your ideas, and gather insights.
Here are some discussion starters:
Apr 27, 2021 11:34 AM
@rtruncale @Amy-N I'm only seeing this now. So sorry! The event is ongoing. So feel free to join!
You can find the new link at the top of this post.
Or just click here: https://hubspot.zoom.us/j/96955378116?pwd=M2x2RHJ4eWJXMWFHV1YydFkra0JhUT09
Apr 26, 2021 7:29 AM
Shocks I want to come but it will be 11pm here and my bedtime. 🙁
No worries! If you have any questions or topics you'd like to see discussed, just post them here.
I'll be sure to record the session and share it here 🙂
Apr 15, 2021 12:59 PM
Question for the event, how are you measuring the success of different branches of your workflows? The tool is very powerful, but we're having trouble understanding which branches are working better than others in order to drive decision making. Thanks and looking forward to it!