Whether you’re a Fortune 500 company or a five-person startup, retention is critical for every product. Egyptian VC Foundation Ventures is joining hands with California-based Amplitude to host a webinar where the leading product intelligence platform will share proven methods for building a data-informed retention strategy on November 10th at 6 PM.
In 45 minutes, attendees will learn how to drive true growth by maximizing customer lifetime value. All the way from Paris, Fabienne Assi will be sharing key retention metrics to highlight the importance of avoiding the “leaky bucket” and give you a simple framework to help drive true growth by maximizing customer lifetime value.
With 10 years of experience in customer and product insights, Assi is on a mission to understand pains and challenges in order to propose impactful solutions to make Amplitude customers successful in the product industry. She educates a variety of audiences on product analytics concepts.
Amplitude is the leading product intelligence platform that helps companies use their customer data to build great product experiences for digital growth. Headquartered in San Francisco with offices in New York, London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Singapore, Amplitude is the cross-platform, real-time data solution of choice for modern product and growth teams. Amplitude powers over 40,000 digital products at companies like Microsoft, Twitter, Adidas, CapitalOne, NBC, Hubspot, and Procter & Gamble.
“Robust growth is important for any company. Retaining acquired customers is foundational to building and growing a compounding user base that scales with time. If customer acquisition and paid marketing activities slowdown or seize, it’s imperative for the business to have a solid base of retained and engaged customers. We thought it would be a great opportunity for us to host a webinar with Amplitude to give companies simple frameworks and metrics to measure and enhance retention.”Ziyad Hamdy, Managing Partner, Foundation Ventures
Foundation Ventures is an early-stage venture capital fund focused on Egypt and the MENA region backing exceptional founders building industry-defining companies. Foundation Ventures has a vision to continue supporting startups not only through financial capital but providing them with the tools and mediums to succeed. “We are hoping to partner up with several industry experts into making that a reality. This is just a pilot, first of many,” Hamdy concludes.
If you want to attend Amplitude’s workshop, head to this link.
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