Your business’ success relies on more than just good ideas and luck. To get where you want to go, you need a strategy for achieving your vision and gaining a greater foothold in the market. Reporting tools and the information you glean from them can help you to gain a valuable advantage against your competition. That's why our Knoxville HubSpot User Group (HUG) event for Q2 will be "Reporting Tips to Specify and Strategize for Your Business Goals."
If you live in the Knoxville area or will be traveling through East Tennessee on Thursday, June 2oth, we'd love to have you join us. You'll enjoy a complimentary beer, food, HubSpot swag, and best of all, valuable advice from an analytics and reporting expert.
Mark your calendars for Thursday, June 20th from 5:30-7:00 PM, and join us at the Hardin Valley Casual Pint (a.k.a. the HUG Clubhouse)!
Jorie's presentation will provide insight on creating practical and effective ways to mark, measure, and meet your business goals through reporting. Over free snacks and craft beer, we'll discuss:
- Defining your company’s objectives
- Setting up dashboards and high-level reports
- Identifying the correct metrics to use
- Understanding what types of reports are ideal for use with those metrics
- Best practices and trend monitoring
- HubSpot tools to make data analysis and reporting easier
If you're not familiar with "HUGs," they're events sponsored by HubSpot and hosted locally by a HubSpot Certified Trainer from a tiered HubSpot partner agency (like VIEO). Knoxville's HUG, like others all over the world, is an inbound-loving community of HubSpot customers and other marketing, sales, and service professionals.
As Knoxville's HUG Leader, I work with my co-leaders, Mitch Transue and Jordyn Rector and my amazing team to host free quarterly HUG meetups. We discuss topics relating to inbound marketing, inbound selling, and the HubSpot platform (both free and paid versions). We'd love for you to come and enjoy networking with our team and other like-minded professionals in the Knoxville area! What better way to learn about inbound strategies than around great people, food, and craft beer?