How Tableau’s Former CMO Made Customers Smarter [Podcast]

February 25, 2020 Randy Frisch

Success isn’t having a lot of money from VCs or investors.

It’s signing on customers.

In this episode of The Marketer’s Journey, I catch up with the former CMO at Tableau Software turned advisor, Elissa Fink. She shares her journey through the marketing world and how she found value by helping customers get smarter.

We also discuss:

  • What the true sign of success is for startups
  • Working and thriving within budget constraints
  • The value of taking risks with startups who don’t have the brand recognition yet

Check out this and other episodes of The Marketer’s Journey at Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or our website.

About the Author

Randy Frisch

Randy Frisch is the CMO and Co-Founder of Uberflip, a content experience platform that empowers marketers to create content experiences at every stage of the buyer’s journey. He has defined and led this movement, prompting marketers to think beyond content creation and truly put their customers first by focusing on the experience. This movement has fuelled an annual conference, Conex: The Content Experience, that brings together 750+ passionate marketers, and a North American-wide Conex Tour. Randy is also the host of The Marketer’s Journey podcast, was named one of the Top 50 Fearless Marketers in the world by Marketo, and is the best-selling author of F#ck Content Marketing: Focus on Content Experience (yeah, he swears sometimes).

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