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Feed the Startup Beast

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Feed the Startup Beast

A 7-Step Guide to Big, Hairy, Outrageous Sales Growth

By Drew Williams; Jonathan Verney

McGraw-Hill Education, Paperback, 9780071809054, 352pp.

Publication Date: July 16, 2013

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The proven 7-step marketing system for fast and furious business growth

Whether you're wondering how to get your startup off the ground or looking for answers to why your business has stalled, Feed the Startup Beast will show you how to feed--and unleash--the beast that is your business.

"Williams and Verney have written the operating manual for driving market share and revenue in the twenty-first century." -- Christine Crandell, chief experience innovator, New Business Strategies; Forbes.com and Huffington Post blogger

"Customer enthusiasm doesn't magically happen. In this important book, you'll learn how to create the fuel that flies your business like a rocket ship to success." -- David Meerman Scott, bestselling author of The New Rules of Marketing and PR

"There are a lot of great marketing ideas in this book. If you use just a few of them, you'll be way out ahead of your competitors. If you use all of them, your competitors had better dive for cover." -- Lois Geller, author of Customers for Keeps and Response and contributor to Forbes.com

"Beast is indispensable for the ambitious entrepreneur looking to successfully navigate the treacherous waters of growing a business while running it." -- Leslie Bennett, serial entrepreneur and contributor to Forbes.com



About the Author
Drew Williams is a serial entrepreneur who sold one of his businesses for eight figures. He has served as head of marketing for several multi-billion-dollar companies and is currently managing partner at nuRevenue Partners. Jonathan Verney is president of the Corporate Storyteller Inc., a story-driven communications agency, and coauthor of Live Well, Retire Well. His passion is helping businesses articulate their vision and their story.
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