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Growth Manager

Job Description

Working with a fast-growing payments provider, this dynamic and multifaceted role focuses on driving rapid and sustainable growth through innovative marketing, user acquisition, and product optimization strategies. As a growth hacker, you are responsible for identifying and implementing high-impact growth initiatives, leveraging data-driven insights, and constantly experimenting to uncover new avenues for business expansion. 

Job Description:

User Acquisition: Develop and execute strategies to acquire new users/customers by identifying target segments, optimizing acquisition channels, and creating compelling marketing campaigns. Utilize performance marketing channels, such as search engine marketing (SEM), social media advertising, content marketing, and partnerships, to drive user growth.

Conversion Optimization: Analyze user behavior, conversion funnels, and customer journey to identify areas for improvement. Implement A/B testing, landing page optimization, and user experience enhancements to increase conversion rates and drive customer engagement. Collaborate with product and engineering teams to implement changes that enhance user onboarding and retention.

Data Analysis: Utilize data analytics tools and techniques to measure and monitor key performance indicators (KPIs), user metrics, and campaign effectiveness. Perform in-depth data analysis to derive actionable insights, make data-driven decisions, and iterate on growth strategies. Use tools like Google Analytics, Mixpanel, or similar platforms to track user behavior and funnel performance.

Product Optimization: Work closely with product managers and developers to identify growth opportunities within the product. Leverage user feedback, market research, and data analysis to prioritize and implement product enhancements that drive user acquisition, retention, and monetization. Continuously experiment with new features, functionalities, and user experiences to optimize product/local-market fit.

Viral Marketing and Referral Programs: Develop and implement viral marketing strategies and referral programs to incentivize existing users to refer new users. Design and optimize referral loops, referral tracking systems, and reward mechanisms to drive organic growth and expand the user base.
Growth Hacking Experiments: Conduct growth hacking experiments to test hypotheses and uncover scalable growth strategies. Use creative and unconventional approaches to drive growth, such as guerrilla marketing, content hacking, viral campaigns, and other innovative tactics tailored to the cross-border payment industry.

Industry Research: Stay up-to-date with industry trends, competitors, and emerging technologies in the fintech space. Conduct market research to identify untapped opportunities, target niches, and potential partnerships to fuel growth.
Collaboration and Communication: Collaborate with cross-functional teams, including marketing, product, engineering, design, and data, to align growth initiatives with company goals. Communicate growth strategies, progress, and insights to stakeholders, leadership, and team members to foster a growth-oriented culture.

What you will bring: 

Strong analytical and data-driven mindset with expertise in using analytics tools and platforms.
In-depth knowledge of digital marketing channels and strategies, including SEO, SEM, social media advertising, content marketing, and email marketing.
Proficiency in growth hacking techniques, A/B testing, conversion rate optimization, and user acquisition strategies.
Familiarity with fintech industry trends, regulations, and customer behavior.
Experience with product management and collaboration with engineering teams.
Excellent communication and presentation skills to effectively convey growth strategies and insights.
Proactive and creative problem-solving abilities, with a passion for experimentation and innovation.
Ability to adapt quickly in a fast-paced, evolving startup environment.



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