How to Use Data to Help You Achieve Hyper Growth w/ Tim Campos

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Tim Campos and he is former CIO of Facebook and current CEO of Woven where he is re-imagining how people use their calendars so they spend more time on what really matters. He's also an expert in understanding and leveraging data to enhance a businesses overall performance.

During our interview we discuss:

- How he got his job at Facebook and why he decided to leave his C level position at one of the internet biggest success stories.

- Tim shares his top 2 business superpower he wishes he had.

- Then we unpack how data can help you make better decisions around business growth.

- The key is understanding data that can convert into actionable insights that can lead to growth.

- He shares some of the biggest challenges that Facebook has with leveraging data to stimulate growth.

- We talk about how Facebook leveraged data to achieve hyper grow of their user base.

- He shares 2 key pieces of data you need in order to grow your customer base.

- We talk about the biggest issue for sales people and how gather and leveraging data can dramatically enhance their performance.

- Why gathering your own customer/user data is significantly more powerful than buying data from 3rd party sources.

- Understanding the difference between demographics vs psychographics.

- Tim shares one of the biggest mistakes he sees people making when it comes to analyzing data.

- He shares his favorite growth tool/software.

- He recommends one of his favorite books.

Tim's websites:

Download Woven on IOS or Android

OR visit www.woven.com

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