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Hiring Guide: How to Hire a Start-Up CMO

October 4, 2019 | Andrea Lechner-Becker | No Comments |

Hiring Tips

Hiring for a position as critical as c-suite marketing can add stress to even the most experienced leaders. In this article, hosted on venture capital firm OpenView’s blog, Justin Gray provides his tips for hiring the best CMO.

Click here to read the full article.

Lessons Learned from Other CMOs

One of the critical areas he encourages founders and hiring managers to consider is the unique company culture you’re hiring into and the alignment on what the executive is used to. This lesson was shared by Amanda Wolff in our podcast series, here.

We have these tips and more available in our full guide on “How to Become a CMO”, available here.

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