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Announcing The Information’s SF Media Business Bootcamp

The Information Accelerator is offering a one-day media business bootcamp for entrepreneurs and professionals who want to diversify their business models and get profitable.

Date: Thursday, November 8, 2018

Location: The Information, 100 Pine Street, San Francisco, CA

Speakers: Jessica Lessin, Founder and Editor-in-Chief, The Information + The Information Staff; More to be announced soon.

Who should apply: Entrepreneurs and high-level media professionals who work across subjects (news, sports, entertainment) and formats (text, video). This business course is a condensed version of our four-day bootcamp for companies in The Information Accelerator.

What you will learn:

  • Content strategies for a subscription business. We'll cover what content sells subscriptions and what content keeps subscribers around.
  • How to think about your subscriber funnel and the most important techniques around lead generation and conversion.
  • The latest in subscription technology and strategies for deciding between vendors versus going at it alone.
  • How to build an engaged community across all channels.

Other benefits:

  • 1:1 consulting sessions with The Information staff on tech stack and other features
  • Networking receptions

Fee: $650 per individual

Space is limited. To apply, please fill out this form as soon as possible.

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