If integrating an acquisition is part of your strategy, guides can help you with:
  • Planning a launch for a newly acquired product
  • Merging websites with SEO in mind
  • Optimizing upsell/cross-sell of acquired products to your base
  • Optimizing upsell/cross-sell of existing products to acquired customers

Integrating an Add-on Acquisition

David Demres is Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Development at AutoQuotes, where he’s responsible for M&A. Across similar previous roles, he’s helped integrate 10+ add-on acquisitions. In this guide, he explains how to plan for a successful add-on integration from pre-close planning to full integration 90-180 days later. David covers financial, operational, technical, and communications aspects of the integration process.
David Demres
David Demres

 David is Vice President of Marketing and Strategic Development at AutoQuotes, a SaaS Quote to Cash provider, and previously served as Vice President of New Markets at Light Wave Dental as a part of Alpine Investors’ CEO-in-Training program. Across roles, he’s helped integrate 10+ add-on acquisitions. Earlier in his career, David also worked at Yale University and the Boston Consulting Group, and he earned an MBA at Stanford Graduate School of Business.

Positioning and Launching a New Product

Dan Murphy has led product marketing at Privy and Drift, where he’s overseen over 70 product launches and more than a dozen large, new product launches. In this guide, he walks through how to position and launch major new offerings, including new products, products introduced to new verticals, acquired products, and important partnerships.
Daniel Murphy
Daniel Murphy

Dan currently leads brand and product marketing at Privy, the #1 reviewed sales app in the Shopify App Store. He started his marketing career at HubSpot and was previously Director of Product Marketing at Drift, a conversational marketing platform, where he grew with the company from 45 to 400 employees. Across companies, he’s managed 70+ product launches, including a dozen major launches. Dan has developed a Product Launch Masterclass video course and co-authored the book “This Won’t Scale” with Drift CMO Dave Gerhardt, on the company’s marketing plays.

Managing Scalable ABM Campaigns

Heidi Vandermeer has led account-based marketing at Security Compass and Uberflip, and has won an ABMie award for best ABM campaign at scale. In this guide, she shares how to select an ABM account list, and how marketing and sales should work together to execute ABM campaigns.
Heidi Vandermeer
Heidi Vandermeer

Heidi currently leads the team for account-based marketing (ABM), campaigns, and events at Security Compass, a SaaS cybersecurity company. She previously built the ABM function at Uberflip, a content experience platform. Heidi has run strategic, one-to-one “bespoke” ABM programs on lists as small as 5 accounts, and one-to-many “programmatic” ABM campaigns on lists as large as 10,000 accounts. Heidi is the managing director of ABM Toronto, an account-based marketing meetup, has won an ABMie award for best ABM campaign at scale, and spoken about ABM at multiple conferences including the SiriusDecisions Summit (Forrester).

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