How to Scale a DTC Brand Using Freelancers
In the last episode, Jason Wong of Doe shared his top advice for DTC brands looking to create highly effective referral program.
Chris Meade is the co-founder and CMO of CROSSNET, the world's first four-way volleyball game. The brand has had solid growth over the years, and they've also worked really to deploy their capital in the most efficient ways possible as they scale. One way they're doing that is by primarily hiring freelancers instead of full-time employees. How can any DTC brand replicate the success they've had with freelancers? What mistakes are brands doing when hiring them? And how do you keep freelancers as accountable as full-time staff? The answers, and more, will be found in this episode.
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