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Zac Litwack, Partner at Savage Ventures | How to Growth Hack a Distressed Company

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Zac Litwack is a partner at Savage Ventures, an expert digital marketer and growth hacker. He started a music company in 2010 which produced a gold record and 9 figures in streams, and subsequently grew a healthcare technology startup to multiple 7 figures in revenue.

He recently led marketing for Savage portfolio company OutKick, which quickly…

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