Curated, private events designed to maximize value for your time
Meet like-minded, high-quality people
Members are screened for active marketing and tech professionals. Meetups are capped at ~50 seats, so you’ll be able to have meaningful conversations with a lot of people.
Trade war stories
Compare notes with other marketers who have faced the same problems you’re dealing with.
Learn from peers
With talks and group discussions, the meetup has a strong focus on learning and sharing knowledge.
Ask for advice
Charts not going up and to the right? Ask for new ideas in a private, supportive environment.
“Time well spent. The environment was great. It reminded me of one of my lectures at Stanford.”
Anonymous feedback from attendee
Every meetup features a speaker who shares insights about startup marketing
APAC Marketing Director
“How to use data to make better startup decisions”
“300K users in 7 months: A user acquisition playbook for mobile apps”
Intangible Communications, JFDI
“How to create a killer pitch that investors will love”
Dir. of Special Projects
“A framework for identifying growth hacking opportunities”
Head of Content
Luxola / LVMH
“Luxola’s content growth blueprint: How to 10x your traffic with data”
Peter Justin Yu
“How to build a modern PR strategy for your startup”
Tiang Lim Foo
Head of Market Development
“Partnerships and Business Development Lessons from Evernote”
Wei Leen Ng
“How to get your first 1,000 customers with SEO”
“I usually dislike networking events, but this one was different. Everybody knew their stuff, and everybody was interesting. Probably the best networking event I’ve ever attended.”
Visakan Veerasamy, Blog Editor @ ReferralCandy
Meetups are attended by marketers and tech folks from companies of all sizes.
Here are a few you may recognize!
What’s the story behind this thing?
Hi, I’m David Fallarme. I currently head up marketing and customer acquisition at ReferralCandy. I’ve done marketing for several venture-backed startups and have led user growth for a handful of products with millions of users.
When I first moved to Singapore in 2013, there were lots of meetups for engineers and hackers, but the startup marketing community was nowhere to be found. Marketing events were either for marketers in big companies (and big budgets!) or for people just getting their feet wet (social media 101 kind of stuff). If you’re reading this, it’s likely that you’ve noticed this as well!
I organize StartupMarketing.sg because I believe that we’ll all benefit from a community of smart, active marketers who have been-there-done-that and want to get smarter by tapping into a pool of collective knowledge.
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