Dan McGaw—one of the original “growth hackers”—is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker and the CEO of McGaw.io, an analytics and marketing technology consultancy and SaaS platform, UTM.io.
Dan is a thought leader in the MarTech world and leading instructor on the topic. Having spoken at the leading marketing conferences and online events, including Traction Conf and Forget The Funnel, he helps businesses extract and interpret the right data to grow their revenue exponentially.
Dan previously served as the Head of Marketing at Kissmetrics, and in the past he worked as a CMO consultant for a number of high-growth companies, implementing tools, offering support and analyzing data.
In 2015, Dan was selected to be a US government Ambassador of Entrepreneurship by the United States Department of State, where he had the privilege to advise the government, universities and private corporations on how to build entrepreneur ecosystems. He even flew out to Mexico to be an entrepreneur ambassador for Tijuana and Mexicali.
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