Do you want to be part of a startup impacting society and people's everyday lives? Our amazing team is building a marketplace that helps people solve the challenge of moving things in and out of their homes, especially those with no time and limited access to a car. With our app they connect with thousands of helpers - regular people with their own car that can help out with giving things bought second hand or in a store a lift home, move stuff from a to b, and help get rid of things for reuse or recycling.
Tiptapp launched in Stockholm in 2016 and is backed by prominent marketplace investors. We have close to 150.000 users in the Stockholm area, and are also currently testing the service in London. We have global ambitions and there are a ton of things to do so we need more super talented people to join the team!
We’re looking for a driven, creative and highly engaged growth marketer who loves to get things done and that get kicks out of finding new and innovative ways of making people find, download and use the Tiptapp app.
You should also be an ace at managing the more traditional marketing channels such as social, display, content and search.
Your ways of hacking us to more users won’t just be in the digital arena. We’d really like to team up with someone who also understands the power of offline (guerilla) marketing and who isn’t afraid to roll up the sleeves and make things happen afk.
You are curious by nature and you love learning new stuff, experimenting and testing out new things in order to find the best ways of growing and engaging the Tiptapp user base.
You’re an analytical person who can identify product improvements for maximising growth and you have no issues with communicating areas of improvements for the product. You are insane about scale and you won't give up until the world knows about Tiptapp!
We love data, and to work in an iterative way optimizing the product to perfection. You also love data and will make sure that all growth efforts are properly organized and measured so the results from tests can be analysed for learnings of what works and what doesn't.
Your work among other things will include